[tpm] [Fwd: Technical questions]

J. Bobby Lopez bobby.lopez at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 15:09:04 PST 2009

Well for your first question, my first instinct would be to use Perl with
CPAN's DBD::Oracle.  I use it to connect to Oracle 10.2 servers, and it
works great.  However you do need to install either Oracle Server, Oracle
Express Edition (XE) or Oracle Instant Client for the required Oracle

The Oracle installation part is quite an involved process if you haven't
done it before.  But once you've done it.. it's pretty straight forward.

On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 4:45 PM, <arocker at vex.net> wrote:

> I've been asked these questions, and I'm looking for some more qualified
> opinions:
> 1. What open source or low cost proprietary tools would you suggest for
> developing interaction (including updates) between a web front end and
> Oracle 10 (not sure which sub-version) ?  Should they be moving to a more
> recent version of Oracle ?
> 2. In OO design, how do you model the common scenario where two sets of
> data with different fields are brought together, producing a third dataset
> whose fields comprise most of the source dataset fields, plus derived
> attributes ?  Is the object the final output ?  If so, how do you
> represent the input datasets and attributes ?
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J. Bobby Lopez
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