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How i can connect my website to sql & oracal databsase

hi expert, i am new in web programming and design ..
i want to lean how to do only one webpage and retreive records from my sql database or oracal any one which will be faster.
but i don't know what setup/software do i need to connect my webpage with the data base in another pc which has a static ip address.

what i think i need interface to recive the client request execute the command by fetching the data from the database and send it back to the client..
is there any direct why.
where i can read the records from my database directly, when the client click on a command botton.. so i just open a connection to databse and select what ever data i want and display the data on new page. or what ever.
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You'll need to create a DAD to your database (the connection from mod_plsql to the database) within which your storing your PLSQL, if you've got an Application Server (9IAS or AS10g) then:

Login to Enterprise Manager (http://your.server.name:1810) as ias_admin. Navigate to your HTTP Service (Farm > App Server > HTTP Server > PL/SQL Properties (at the bottom of the screen)) -- scroll down to DAD Status and click Create -- select general as connection type, enter connection string as usual and give your DAD a name (you'll need this as DADname in the URL below).

If your just using the database the you'll need to have Apache running on it, then goto http://hostname:80 & click mod_plsql. This reference will guide you through creation of a DAD:

Once you have a DAD, then create a procedure on that database, example:

     There are currently

for counter in (SELECT COUNT(*) rowsintable FROM DUAL) loop
     htp.prn(' ');
     htp.prn( counter.rowsintable );
     htp.prn(' ');
end loop;

htp.prn(' rows in TABLE1

Once this has been created you can access it using the following URL syntax:


This demonstrates several things:

Use of a DAD to join browser to database
htp.prn to generate HTML to your browser
Outputing database information to the browser via a DAD (obviously I'm SELECTing from DUAL you can use any table)


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