|Subject:||Re: Why isn't Java support part of Postgresql core?|
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Any chance you guys could help cleaning up the build/deploy process?
This is a pretty big hurdle to overcome for new users.
On 15/09/2014 8:55 AM, Tim Clarke [via PostgreSQL] wrote:
> On 15/09/14 13:30, Achilleas Mantzios wrote:
> > This is far from dead. I works perfectly with java 1.7 and postgresql
> > 9.3 ,
> > but you need maybe a little bit more extra homework + some skills with
> > maven.
> > If i managed to build this on a FreeBSD machine, in linux it should a
> > piece of cake.
> > The docs suck, granted, but the community is very much alive and
> > We use it for production environment. We had some really complex Java
> > code, that
> > we were unwilling to port to pl/pgsql, therefore we gave pl/java a try.
> > It was worth it. + it has proven to be really stable. No JVM crashes
> > after 2 years in production.
> +1 for that; we are too.
> Tim Clarke
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