Re: Java in Stored Procs
- From: "Alexander Fatkulin" <afatkulin@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: don@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2007 17:09:04 -0400
Don, Why do they think that java has more to do with code reuse than PL/SQL?... Can you clarify this? Are they see code reuse as "we would write this once and then run it against any database vendor" (won't happen)? All we have here is a language from the one side and .... a language from the other. One (PL/SQL) is just infinitely more suited for working with data inside a database (that's why PL/SQL exists in the first place). On 7/6/07, Don Seiler <don@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
While I appreciate the sentiment, I'm afraid they'll want something in the form of white papers or "expert testimonial". My word alone is of little use. Personally I'd suggest putting the logic into a normal PL/SQL procedure, then just calling it from the java if you want the code re-use. They are trying to put it all into the java for code-reuse. Don.
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