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Hello,

I want to pull values from SQL Server to Oracle database frequently.
How can I do this, the problem is I want to deploy the application in
Sun Solaris server, so what kind of driver I need to use to deploy to
Solaris server?

Can I have a timer or some kind of mechanism to check and pull and update the oracle database?

Any help is highly appreciated.

Thanks

Ponic
 
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Not even remotely JSP related, so off to the JDBC forum this goes.
 
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Cosmos,
You could use a batch/cron job on the server.

In Java, you could use a threaded application (that sleeps for a specified amount of time.) In J2EE, you could use the Timer API.
 
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