Oracle database service environments available for instruction at IU

At Indiana University, several environments are available for instruction that are used in connection with the UITS Oracle database Oed1prd. For detailed information, see the table below:




An overview of Oracle instructional environments at IU



In all cases in the table below, the server to which the client and middle components connect is an Oracle database on a Unix server.

Environment Client Middle
"Classic" client-server environment
  • SQL*Plus on Unix platform
  • Oracle Net Services on Unix platform
 
Client-server environment
  • SQL*Plus on Windows
  • Oracle Net Services on Windows
 
SQL and query-based forms data manipulating
  • Microsoft Access on Windows
  • Visual Basic
  • ODBC
  • Oracle Net Services on Windows
 
Perl DBI environment with Apache Web Server
  • Web browser
  • Perl
  • DBI/DBD::Oracle
    (Perl modules for Oracle)
  • Apache Web Server
  • Oracle Net Services for Unix
JServ Java environment on Mentor
  • Web browser
  • JDeveloper
    (Java Development Environment)
  • Individual Apache Web servers
  • Individual JServ Servlet Engines
  • JDBC
  • Oracle Net Services in Unix server
Tomcat/Apache Java environment
  • Web browser
  • JDeveloper
    (Java Development Environment)
  • Oracle's SQL*Plus
  • Individual Apache Web servers
  • Individual Tomcat servlet containers
  • JDBC
  • Oracle Net Services for Unix


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