Oracle8i JPublisher User's Guide
Release 2 (8.1.6)

Part Number A81357-01





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This user's guide describes the JPublisher utility, which translates user-defined object types and PL/SQL packages to Java classes. SQLJ and JDBC programmers who need to have Java classes in their applications that correspond to object types, VARRAY types, nested table types, REF types, or PL/SQL packages use the JPublisher utility.

This preface has the following sections:

Intended Audience

This manual assumes that you are an experienced programmer and understand Oracle databases and the SQL, SQLJ, and Java programming languages. It also assumes that you understand the principles of JDBC.

Manual Structure

This manual contains two chapters:

Chapter 1, "JPublisher"  

Introduces the JPublisher utility. This chapter also includes sections on the JPublisher command line, command line options, input files, and the datatype mappings used to translate object types and method arguments.  

Chapter 2, "JPublisher Examples"  

Presents examples of JPublisher output for object types and wrapper methods.  

Related Documentation

This manual contains references to the following Oracle publications:

Conventions this Manual Uses

This book uses Solaris syntax. However, file names and directory names for Windows NT are the same, unless otherwise noted.

The term [ORACLE_HOME] indicates the full path of the Oracle home directory.

In examples, an implied carriage return occurs at the end of each line, unless otherwise noted. You must press the Return key at the end of a line of input.

Additionally, this manual uses the following conventions.

Convention   Meaning  


Vertical ellipsis points in an example mean that information not directly related to the example has been omitted.  

. . .  

Horizontal ellipsis points in statements or commands mean that parts of the statement or command not directly related to the example have been omitted.  

< >  

Angle brackets enclose user-supplied names.  

[ ]  

Brackets enclose optional clauses from which you can choose one or none.  

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