July 21, 2004

Use an Oracle API to Extract and Store Database Objects’ DDL

here are times when database data manipulation requires extracting DDL (Data Definition Language) commands for various objects, such as database tables, indexes, constraints, triggers, etc. Recently I was charged with the task of writing a set of database packages to perform a high-performance massive DELETE operation. While my high-performance massive

Extending Eclipse with Helpful Views

s a developer, one of the most important tools at your disposal is your IDE. As a Java developer, there are several IDEs available?both commercial and open source?that are each interesting in their own way and generally extendable. IDE extensions are so valuable because they allow you to create new

Build a Client Application to Access a UDDI Registry

n the first article in this series, you saw how the Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) specification and protocol work together to define messages, application programming interfaces (APIs), and data structures for building distributed registries of Web services. You also saw how to store the business and technical information