Thursday, February 24, 2005

Oracle and PHP

A friend of mine was asking me:
can I use PHP with Oracle?
Sure you can!
And a very good source of information about PHP and Oracle is the OTN Web site itself, and especially the OpenSource page. Here a list of my favorites:

Can I run my PHP Applications inside Oracle Application Server?
Sure! Not only you can access the Oracle database from a PHP Application, but also if you are running Oracle Application 10g the usage of mod_php is supported with Oracle HTTP Server see: And what about development?
Development could be done inside Oracle JDeveloper 10g using the The Oracle JDeveloper 10g PHP Extension

Thursday, February 17, 2005

BPEL: Edwin answer to Dutch'Rant post

If you are interested by BPEL you can take a look to the blog entry 'BPEL: Yes or No?' and the answer/comments from Edwin (VP of Development of Oracle BPEL Process Manager).

Tuesday, February 8, 2005

JSR 223: Public Review of the Specification

The JSR 223: Scripting for the Java Platform is now open for public review until March 28th. If you are not familiar with it, the JSR 223 main goal is to define how the Java platform should integrate with scripting languages. It defines a standard API similar to Bean Scripting Framework. You can dowlnoad the spec from the JCP Web Site.

Tuesday, February 1, 2005

JavaWorld Article: Event-driven services in SOA

Interesting article about Event Driven Architecture (EDA) and Service Oriented Architecture based on Mule an open source ESB.