|Oracle9i SQL Reference
Release 2 (9.2)
Part Number A96540-02
JAVA statement to force the resolution of a Java class schema object or compilation of a Java source schema object. (You cannot call the methods of a Java class before all its external references to Java names are associated with other classes.)
Oracle9i Java Stored Procedures Developer's Guide for more information on resolving Java classes and compiling Java sources
The Java source or class must be in your own schema, or you must have the
PROCEDURE system privilege. You must also have the
EXECUTE object privilege on Java classes.
SOURCE to compile a Java source schema object.
CLASS to resolve a Java class schema object.
Specify a previously created Java class or source schema object. Use double quotation marks to preserve lower- or mixed-case names.
RESOLVER clause lets you specify how schemas are searched for referenced fully specified Java names, using the mapping pairs specified when the Java class or source was created.
COMPILE are synonymous keywords. They let you specify that Oracle should attempt to resolve the primary Java class schema object.
invoker_rights_clause lets you specify whether the methods of the class execute with the privileges and in the schema of the user who defined it or with the privileges and in the schema of
This clause also determines how Oracle resolves external names in queries, DML operations, and dynamic SQL statements in the member functions and procedures of the type.
CURRENT_USER if you want the methods of the class to execute with the privileges of
CURRENT_USER. This clause is the default and creates an "invoker-rights class."
This clause also specifies that external names in queries, DML operations, and dynamic SQL statements resolve in the schema of
CURRENT_USER. External names in all other statements resolve in the schema in which the methods reside.
DEFINER if you want the methods of the class to execute with the privileges of the user who defined it.
This clause also specifies that external names resolve in the schema where the methods reside.
The following statement forces the resolution of a Java class: