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Hi all,

I am new to HTML. I am trying to create a simple page in html and connect it with oracle db table.

I have installed netbeans also. Now how can i create the actual middle layer which is between html and ora db.?

Can some one suggest me?

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Wow, so many different ways to go --- it's impossible to say without some guidance on what ecosystem you are looking to use. Do you want to use Java on the backend? Ruby? Groovy? Other? Do you want to use traditional server-side templating, or a more modern client-side MVC approach? Do you know any JavaScript at all?

Without more information about what environment you are comfortable or intending to work within, it's hard to make recommendations.

That said, a common approach that makes which environment you use on the server independent of the UI is to create a RESTful API to provide the server-side services -- including database access -- and to use a JavaScript MVC framework on the client.
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For what it's worth Oracle offers Oracle Application Express. Oracle Application Express (APEX) YouTube Channel
Not that I'm necessarily recommending it - personally I don't have any fond memories of my dealings with their old (GUI-based) Oracle Designer.
Just putting it out there ...

Python seems to be a popular choice with the "I just want to get my data onto an HTML page" crowd:
Using Python With Oracle Database 11g
Developing a Python Web Application with Oracle Database 11g
The Mastering Oracle+Python Series
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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