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Write to an MSSQL database from an Oracle Trigger

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I want to write to an MSSQL server database from an Oracle trigger. Is there a way that I can achieve that ?

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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only if you have heterogeneous database in place, so that you can query the ms sql server database from oracle.
this is not trivial, though.
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Is there a way that i can integrate the 2 systems if it's 2 difficult to be implemented with heterogeneous databases ?

How difficult is to implement it with heterogenous databases ?

Do you have more resources that i can use to find out how to implement this ?
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I have an Oracle Express Database and I want to update an MSSQL database using Oracle Triggers. Can i do that using heterogeneous services ?
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AFAIK, you cannot use heterogeneous services with the oracle express edition.
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This is trivial to do.  It is called Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).  Deploy a simple web service (in the language of your choice) that is invoked by the Oracle trigger code.  PL/SQL can HTTP POST with whatever parameters you want very easily.  Then have the web service connect to your SQL Server database and "write" whatever is appropriate.
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