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Hi ,

  I'm supposed to write a DLL
that manipulates an Oracle
or Sequet Database.I need some
idea about the tool that can be
used if it's going to be developed
in Java and some idea about how to
go about it as it involves database
operations.May I also know the advantages of devoloping it in Java
over other options available?
There is also a possiblity of it getting
deployed in the middle tier also
in future.

Do try to help me as soon as
possible..

Thank You
Prema.

 

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Doc_Bobo earned 40 total points
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Hi ...

java's platform independencs means that you cannot write dlls with java - at least if you stick to 100% pure java. There _might_ be some proprietary software that allows you to create a dll from java code.

You may attach to a vm within e.g. a dll written in c++ and use code you've written in java that way. But I don't think that this should be appropriate to your problem. I suggest thinking about e.g. CORBA as communications mechanism
instead of a simple dll.

Regards.
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by:deepakad
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well what all i can say is that make file in java and convert it to dll and then run in visual basic.And i hope this will work.we only do this when we require otherwise,as day to day bases it's not required.Only for specfic purpose we do this.
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