Re: LOB compression

From: Jeremy <>
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2011 15:45:08 +0100
Message-ID: <MPG.28a21dd1fbff68c598993a_at_News.Individual.NET>

In article <>, says...
> On Tue, 02 Aug 2011 14:13:38 +0100, Jeremy wrote:
> > Actually Mladen you missed the point (not that I explicitly stated what
> > that point was - left for the reader to guess!) - the "web pl/sql
> > toolkit" is a set of PL/SQL packages which are then utilised by an
> > apache (Oracle HTTP Server) plug-in (mod_plsql)
> Ah, you have Apex applications? Now, that will need rewriting.
> Fortunately, something like Django, Cake of Symfony can be a rather good
> replacement. I admit, Apex is a great idea for a vendor lock. People are
> using it to develop simple reports and forms in a really fast manner, but
> they are completely and utterly non-portable. And being faithful to
> Oracle is getting really expensive these days.

No we don't have APEX applications; we just use the web pl/sql toolkit to develop our applications - upside is we have optimised, powerful applications. Downside is cannot sell to the SQL Server market.

Received on Tue Aug 02 2011 - 09:45:08 CDT

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