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.
By Aals in Database, Java, Programming Tags: BLOB, CLOB, deploy, dml web services, jpublisher, oc4j, oracle application server, PL/SQL, PL/SQL records, REfCursor, sql dml, Web services wrapper, XMLType
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(…)
By Aals in Database, General, Java, Programming Tags: accessing database resources, database web services, DML statements, external Web services, Java Stored Procedures, PL/SQL, soap, uddi, web services, Web Services Developer, web services technology, wsdl, xml
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(…)