Well if you'll pardon my total lack of Spanish, I'll definitely
pardon your English.
First question though, what is the architecture being implemented
here? Are we talking about in Intranet application where your Java &
the Postgresql db are outside of the firewall. If that is the case some
other actions may be necessary.
Second how fast does this have to happen? If it's instantaneous,
then an additional Java procedure to handle Oracle would probably be the
fastest. If it can delay a bit there are other methods that would work.
[mailto:pgsql-admin-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Alfredo Rico
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 1:46 PM
Subject: [ADMIN] Integration PostgreSQL with Oracle.
Hi friends, greetings :-)
Please apologize by my bad english, I speak sapnish.
This question that I'll do could be a little difficult because I'm award
that it should be very especific, although I'm looking for a first guide
or directive in ordert to solve this dilemma.
I'm developing a Java-Web Software using PostgreSQL for a company in
which I work.
One of the requirements is, using whatever mechanism (external to my
Java-Web develop) to establish an interaction/integration/communication
from my PostgreSQL database toward an Oracle Database already existents
and in a production state inside the company,
I have heard about using XML in ordert to carry out Data Bases
integrations (from diferents manufacturers ) and even I have heard about
using Web Services (SOAP) but I don't sure.
Some of you has faced some similar situation? Could you suggest to me
some direction on that matter?
Beforehand thank you very much by your help and support.
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