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Alexandre Folgueras
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Hello, I need to develop a web service proxy that must run with a jdk 1.3. The reason for that is that I want the proxy to be loaded into the database as a stored procedure.

I use jDeveloper 10.1.3, I set the jdk to 1.3.1 in my project and generated the proxy. The problem is that, to make it work, jDeveloper has added libs such as xml.jar... Those libs are not compatible with jdk 1.3.1, I tried loading them into the database and got errors. I tried to do the same thing with Eclipse and it's the exact same thing: The libs added are not compatible with jdk 1.3.1.

So my question is, is it even possible to generate a web service proxy that will be run into an Oracle 9i database that uses jdk 1.3.1 ?

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Peer Reynders
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Originally posted by Alexandre Folgueras:
So my question is, is it even possible to generate a web service proxy that will be run into an Oracle 9i database that uses jdk 1.3.1 ?


I would be very weary of putting that type of code inside of the database. This is a case of "just because you can, doesn't mean you should". Oracle Experts like Thomas Kyte and RM Menon always always advise against placing Java code inside the database. Instead you should implement the relational/procedural aspects of your solution in SQL and PL/SQL and run a JVM or Application Server on the same physical machine for your Object-Oriented aspects. You can use Oracle's PL/SQL packages to facilitate communication between both parts.
 
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