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Oracle 11g and Supported Programming Languages for application development

user513543 Newbie
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Hi,

 

Currently we are running our Java application on Oracle 10g Lite. We are planning to upgrade to Oracle 11g Lite very soon. I have below queries to be answered.

 

1. What are the programming languages supported for application development to work with Oracle 11g Lite mobile server and client ?

    - i have seen some note saying java and .net are supported. Wanted to know the complete list of supported programming languages on Oracle 10g Lite

 

2. Oracle Forms 10g is supported on Oracle 11g Lite platform ?

    - i have some online application running on Oracle 10G Forms. Wanted to extend this to offline model using Oracle 10g Lite

 

Thanks,

Ashok Kumar.G

  • 1. Re: Oracle 11g and Supported Programming Languages for application development
    userBDBDMS Guru Moderator
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    Hi Ashok,

     

     

     

    1. What are the programming languages supported for application development to work with Oracle 11g Lite mobile server and client ?

             

                For the 11g version of the product, we changed the name to Oracle Database Mobile Server.    For clarity purposes, there is no product called Oracle 11g Lite mobile server.

                For a detailed list of what is/is not supported on the client, please consult the documentation.   See section 2.1 of the Mobile Client guide.  For programming languages you

                can use what you want, and we support the following technologies, JDBC, ODBC, ADO.NET.  What you code your application in is up to you.

     

    2. Oracle Forms 10g is supported on Oracle 11g Lite platform ?

                

                   On the database mobile server side of things we do not do testing with Oracle Forms 10g.    I do not know enough about applications developed with the Forms' product.   Database Mobile Server is a product that keeps tracks of changes that occur in a database, and then propagates those changes to an Oracle backend.   We offer 2 way synchronization between an Oracle backend database and a client.  If you are running the Forms application on the Oracle backend and want to propagate changes done out to the client, then this should work.    I say ** should **   because we have not tested it but I cannot think of a reason why it would not work.   It would be up to you to develop the client side application that would look at the data in the client database and display it to the user.    In the 11.x version of the product, we support 2 client databases, Berkeley DB and SQLite.

     

    thanks

    mike

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