Re: pl/sql alternatives for server side programming?

From: gym dot scuba dot kennedy at gmail <>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 21:45:29 GMT
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> If you look at postgresql, they have the idea of pluggable scripting
> languages, so you can write server side code in tcl, python, etc.
> Is there an equivalent idea in Oracle?
> Are there any alternatives to PL/SQL for Oracle server-side programming?
> Can java be used? Can PL/SQL procedures be bound to compiled C code?
> Is this just too weird to even think about?
> Many TIA!
> Mark
> --
> Mark Harrison
> Pixar Animation Studios

You can write in C and then call it from within pl/sql. You can compile pl/sql code to native code. (You write it in pl/sql and then have it compile natively) You could write it in C and call the db for data. What are you trying to accomplish?
Jim Received on Fri Oct 24 2008 - 16:45:29 CDT

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