Java

How do I use Java with the Google Chrome browser?

This applies to: Platform(s): Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP Java version(s): 6.0 Java plug-in needs permission If you see a message bar within Chrome that says The Java plug-in needs your permission to run., you can perform one of the following actions: Click the Run this time button to allow the Java content on the page to run only until(…)

What is jucheck.exe?

The jucheck.exe is the Java update verification process. This process will check on the internet for available updates for the Java software installed on your computer. If updates are available, it will notify you and/or manage the download and install of the updates. You should leave this process running in order to keep your Java(…)

Configure Java Updates

See What is Java Updates? Automatic Update Feature Click Start > Settings > Control Panel (For Windows XP) Click Start > Control Panel (For Windows Vista and Windows 7) Double-click Java icon. The Java Control Panel appears. Click the Update tab Note: The Update tab may not be available if your network administrator has disabled the Java Update feature during installation. If you are not(…)

What is Java Update?

The Java Update is a feature that keeps your computer up-to-date automatically with the latest Java releases. Installing the Java Runtime Environment automatically installs the Java Update feature. The Java Update feature connects to java.com at a scheduled time and checks to see if there is an update available. II. What does it do? Notification(…)

Why Software Developers Choose Java

Java has been tested, refined, extended, and proven by a dedicated community. And numbering more than 6.5 million developers, it’s the largest and most active on the planet. With its versatilty, efficiency, and portability, Java has become invaluable to developers by enabling them to: Write software on one platform and run it on virtually any(…)

What Is JavaFX?

JavaFX extends your web experience by delivering rich media and content across all the screens of your life. As users, you will be able to run JavaFX applications in a browser or drag and drop them onto the desktop. It’s a seamless interface! JavaFX is powered by Java: JavaFX extends the power of Java by allowing(…)

Guide to Java Programming

API API stands for Application Programming Interface. As applied to Java, an API is a well-defined set of classes and methods that furnish a specific set of functionality to the Java programmer. JDBC are APIs for accessing SQL data. Bytecodes The set of single-byte, machine-independent instructions to which Java source code is compiled using the(…)

JPublisher Support for Web Services Call-Ins to the Database

The following JPublisher features supports Web services call-ins to code running in the Oracle Database. Refer to Guide Oracle Database JPublisher JPublisher user for complete information. Generation of Java interfaces Styles and style files JPublisher REF CURSOR returning and result set mapping Options to filter what JPublisher publishes Support for calling Java classes into the database without specifications call PL /SQL Support for publishing SQL queries or DML Support for unique method names.

Using the Database as Service Provider for Web Services

Web Services uses industry-standard mechanisms to provide easy access to remote content and applications, regardless of the provider’s platform, location, implementation, or data format. Client applications can query and retrieve data from Oracle databases and invoke stored procedures using standard web service protocols. There is no dependency on Oracle-specific database connectivity protocols. This approach is highly(…)

Database Web Services

Web services technology enables application-to-application interaction over the Web – regardless of platform, language, or data formats. The key ingredients, including XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, have been adopted across the entire software industry. Web services technology usually refers to services implemented and deployed in middle-tier application servers. However, in heterogeneous and disconnected environments, there(…)