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Html (1 of 3)4/03/2005 6:15:15 Oracle Databases on the Web:Evolution Of The Internet, The World Wide Web, And Databases procedures. Of course, this has the important benefit of making applications portable across platforms, while also making it very easy to find and reuse code. In addition, because each method is encapsulated and tested independently, the pretested methods can be assembled with other methods without the worry of unintended side effects. The introduction of methods will dramatically change the way DBAs function.

The primary purpose of Oracle’s WebServer is to create HTML documents, complete with HTML tags, that contain literal values extracted from Oracle databases. Using this technology, WebServer can create customized responses to user requests. html (1 of 3)4/03/2005 6:15:17 Oracle Databases on the Web:Oracle WebServer Architecture When WebServer receives a request, a Web listener initiates the process by contacting the Oracle database. From there, the requested procedure is called, translated into an HTML document, and then returned to the Web browser.

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