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Oracle and Java tutorial video
Java creates opportunities that do not exist in PL/SQL.
You can write PL/SQL functions, stored procedures, undeclared blocks, object type methods, and triggers that call Java classes. This video tutorial presents a sample set of Java procedures, along with the commands required to call a procedure. In this video course you will see an overview of Java as it relates to PL/SQL and Oracle database applications.
The goal of Oracle and Java tutorial is to provide developers who have a background in PL/SQL, SQL and Oracle with an understanding of the Java.
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5 lessons, 42 minutes
- Introduction to Java in Oracle Database (03:14)
Introduction to Java in Oracle
- Calling Java Methods in Oracle Database (04:11)
Utilizing Java Stored Procedures - Defining a class, Loading the class on the Oracle server, Publishing the stored procedure - using Toad, Publishing the stored procedure - using SQL Plus.
- Java Stored Procedure (08:17)
Creating a table, Creating Java class, Loading the Class into the Database, Creating a procedure to call a insert method, Creating a procedure to call a update method, Creating a procedure to call a delete method.
- Working with Files (16:17)
Creating a GwFiles class, Loading the GwFiles class into the Database, Compiling class, Creating a procedures to call a java methods, Using delete_file method, Using remove_file method.
- Working with sockets (10:12)
Creating TCP class, Loading the TCP class into the Database, Compiling class, Creating a procedures to call a UDP and TCP methods, Using sendmessage method.
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