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Enterprise OpenSource Project using Java Stored Procedures of Oracle

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Hi all,

I am in search of any Enterprise level Opensource Project that uses
Java Stored Procedures supported by Oracle. I could not find any by
googling. Can any one plese point me to any such projects?

Actually i'm intereseted in knowing to what extent java stored
procedures are used in enterprise applications. A opensource project
will let me look into the code to get better idea.

Please help,

Thanks,
Suresh
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Suresh Tri" <tr*******@yahoo.co.in> wrote in message
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Hi all,

I am in search of any Enterprise level Opensource Project that uses
Java Stored Procedures supported by Oracle. I could not find any by
googling. Can any one plese point me to any such projects?

Actually i'm intereseted in knowing to what extent java stored
procedures are used in enterprise applications. A opensource project
will let me look into the code to get better idea.

Please help,

Thanks,
Suresh

People only use Java stored procedures in Oracle if the stored procedure
needs to do something pl/sql cannot do or it is very clumsy to do. There
isn't any reason to use Java stored procedures if you can reasonably do it
in pl/sql. Why? Because it is harder to do in Java things that are easy to
do in pl/sql, so only a language bigot would do such a thing.
Jim
Jul 19 '05 #2

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