Programming for Oracle on Linux, Part 2
"Previously, I wrote about interacting with an Oracle database using Perl and the DBI Perl module using the DBD::Oracle DBI driver. For some applications, Perl may not offer the speed to provide the necessary performance, especially for high throughput database applications. If your application becomes a performance bottleneck, you may need to turn to a compiled language such as C. In this article, I explain how to write the necessary code to implement our application from Part 1 in C."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Oct 5, 2004 )
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