One perfectly good reason for this scenario is portability between
postgres and any database implementing the standard (e.g. Oracle).
Dave Cramer wrote:
>Not to minimize your work, as I think it is great, but this particular
>use-case I consider to be overkill for pl/java. It is probably easier to
>use pl/pgsql if all you want to do is calculations.
>We had suggested an online chat to discuss this, when would you be
>available for that? What timezone are you in. Laszlo is in hungary, and
>I am in canada, so we are likely spread allover the the map .
>On Sun, 2004-02-22 at 12:28, Thomas Hallgren wrote:
>>>1) Using JNI, you probably still want to communicate with another
>>>running java process.
>>B.T.W. I don't really agree on "probably". There are numerous cases when you
>>will be happy just communicating with the database, communicate with another
>>remote resource (message queue typically), or not communicate at all
In response to
pgsql-hackers by date
|Next:||From: Tom Lane||Date: 2004-02-22 21:47:56|
|Subject: Re: [HACKERS] Mac OS X, PostgreSQL, PL/Tcl |
|Previous:||From: HORNYAK Laszlo||Date: 2004-02-22 20:33:21|
|Subject: Re: Pl/Java - next step?|