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Re: oracle linux

Niall Litchfield

2004-06-01

Replies:
I think that it is fair to say that there are no good books out on
programming against Oracle using .Net. I'm not aware of any on ADO
either :(.

That said there are a number of forums/fora? on OTN that dealing with
windows programming. The OLEDB drivers - and especially the ODP.Net
provider from Oracle also come with sample code.

My pet gripe is that - probably because everyone in that environment
learns to code for MSSQL - developers don't have a clue about bind
variable usage. I believe that this is common in the brave new Java
world as well.



On Fri, 28 May 2004 11:20:44 -0500, DENNIS WILLIAMS
<dwilliams@(protected):
>
> Niall
> You wrote:
>   is there any reason you can't use ado or .net? The support for these
>   is a lot better.
>
> Cool! Now, where do I learn how to write ADO code that uses Oracle well?
> None of the ADO / .NOT books I have encountered tell you how to write code
> that won't cause problems in Oracle. It seems if the developer leaves the
> defaults set, ADO tends to think it is talking to a flat file and pulls the
> entire Oracle table across the network. I have one developer that seems to
> understand how to make it work but whenever I ask him to explain it he
> launches into an enthusiastic explanation and I find myself waking up
> refreshed and it is dark outside and everyone else has gone home. Probably
> how the developers think about asking me for an explanation of ORA-1555's.
>
> Dennis Williams
> DBA
> Lifetouch, Inc.
> dwilliams@(protected)
>
>
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