Yes it is.. as the client will simply use DBMS_PIPE to receive the piped messages.
DBMS_PIPE can be considered the transport layer. It has a client and server interface. Whether the caller using that interface is a local PL/SQL process, or a remote C/C++ process or Java process, is not relevant. The only criteria is that the caller must be a valid OCI/JDBC client (in other words, it must be able to "+talk+" SQL and PL/SQL to the Oracle instance).
Can you please tell me how you linked C code with database? Any example ?
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