|Oracle8i SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference
SQLJ applications can be stored and run in the server. You have the option of either translating and compiling them on a client and loading the generated classes and resources into the server, or loading SQLJ source code into the server and having it translated and compiled by the server's embedded translator.
This chapter discusses features and usage of SQLJ in the server, including additional considerations such as multithreading and recursive SQLJ calls.
Most of this chapter assumes you are writing stored procedures or stored functions, but additional vehicles such as Enterprise JavaBeans or CORBA objects are supported as well.
The following topics are discussed: