web page to tap into oracle

I'm trying to create a web page from which users can create, load, update, delete tables and create, update, and delete records in an oracle database. Can someone provide me with sample code on doing that? I'm using Oracle8i Lite.
jwei021000Asked:
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rupertsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
ASP is way for a vb programmer you can use vb script to solve all your problems!

You can use you ODBC connection and ASP to generate dynamic web pages. To find out more try:

http://www.activeserverpages.com/learn

But you will need to run this on one of the following:
Win 95/98: Personal Web Server
NT: IIS
Linux: Chilli ASP.
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DamanCommented:
You have to work with JDBC (java database connectivity). Here you can have access to your database tables which you have designed using oracle. JDBC provide connectivity with oracle database support. For more information on JDBC vosit

http://java.sun.com or
http://java.sun.com/docs

Good Luck

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mafwebCommented:
Or you can use php3. It's got interfaces for the bigger db's, also for oracle. Have a look at http://www.php.net/manual/ref.oci8.php

hope this helps

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jwei021000Author Commented:
is there any way I could use VB and ODBC to do this?
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jwei021000Author Commented:
ruperts,
I was able to display my data using code from the simple display database example. Is using ADO the same as using ODBC?
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rupertsCommented:
"ODBC - Open Database Connectivity. A specification for an API that defines a standard set of routines with which an application can access data in a data source."

Or simply, the ODBC references a database.

ADO is the method of accessing the database data, i.e. by using SELECT statements.

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jwei021000Author Commented:
what's the relationship between ADO and ODBC?
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rupertsCommented:
Database <-> ODBC <-> ADO <-> Your webpage

Although you don't always need the ODBC step, but you do need the ADO step.

So no ODBC is not the same ADO.



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jwei021000Author Commented:
thanks!
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