Venzi's Tech-Blog

11 September 2007

Possibility of object-oriented programming in PL/SQL

Filed under: Oracle,PL/SQL — Venzi @ 11:10

Oh damn, I just get through a presentation of Steven Feuerstein and found out, that PL/SQL supports object-oriented programming. I’m sure, now you think: Why does this stupid guy mean “oh damn…”. Because this “feature” is available since 8i and got strong on 9i. And now they already released 11g! So I didn’t know this possibility several years ago! Well but now I know it and I find it pretty cool, because PL/SQL gets more and more powerful (there are also supported functions for file I/O, HTTP, XML and many many more). Also external or java stored procedures were a big step forward. I just can recur me: Pretty cool!

1 Comment »

  1. yeah… damn right. Another bloated language only some freaks will use, who try to be holier than the pope…

    Hmm.
    Greg

    Comment by Greg — 13 September 2007 @ 10:43 | Reply


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