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How to call an oracle stored procedure from a javascript function?

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I have a number of parameters that I want to pass to stored procedure and I want to display the results in a listbox on the aspx page.  How do I connect to an Oracle db in javascript?
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You can't do that. The javascript executes on the client computer, the oracle database is only accessible from your server.

You can however use AJAX to call something on the server, and this server-script could access the database and return the results to the javascript.
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