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Life With Java, Part 2

In Part 1, I was struggling with Oracle over whether I did or did not have a method in the class. In the end, the problem was pretty basic, and specific to Oracle’s implementation of Java within the database: all methods must be declared both public and static. As soon as I’d done that, it worked (Dave, I did use your simplified code). So, I’m on to bigger and better things withing Javadom.

2 thoughts on “Life With Java, Part 2

  1. Static? So in other words, “classes” in Oracle Java are really only namespaces and/or structs, rather that full-fledged classes. Weird.

  2. I should clarify – this applies only when you’ve created a Java stored procedure. It may be that, since it’s an object within the database, there are inherent restrictions.

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