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Re: Perl CGI Scripts -> Oracle Web Server



No you do not need to have the oracle machine local.
You could use oraperl which is a modified version
of perl.  This way you do not loose all your
work in perl and can use oracle.

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>>I would appreciate some suggestions for our foray into DB and Web. Right
>>now I'm putting up CGI's using perl and reading/writing to flat files.
>>Very slow but it's easy to build in functionality. But we're about to get
>>involved with Oracle Web Server option. Our web server is still back at
>>SunOS 4.1.3, I'm not sure if we need to put Oracle 7.?? * onto this 
>>machine or just do remote calls. Any experience with converting perl 
>>scripts over to oracle pl/sql would be appreciated.
>>
>>Thanks in advance!
>>
>>David.
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>>/ David F. Dumaresq                            / david@kwantlen.bc.ca       /|
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