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  1. #1
    Regis Guest

    Java intelligent with oracle8


    Hi,
    I am an Oracle DBA at Datalex(Dublin). My problem is I'd like to create an
    interface that will help us to create a specifique oracle database based
    on our application. What am asking is:

    1. Could java scan the system (machine) and return the number of disks in
    it with the letter assigned to them and free space ???
    (e.g: Drive C 200 MB free space
    Drive D 120 GB free space )

    2.Could java modify a file a write in it ??

    3. could java execute a batch file ??

    4. After compiling is there any possibility to generate an executable file
    so that the JDK is not need to run.

    5. Interface to interact with program would be any browser
    6. Can anyone help me with this ???
    Thanks
    Regis

  2. #2
    CristMo Guest

    Re: Java intelligent with oracle8


    "Regis" <regis.biassala@datalex.ie> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >I am an Oracle DBA at Datalex(Dublin). My problem is I'd like to create

    an
    >interface that will help us to create a specifique oracle database based
    >on our application. What am asking is:
    >
    >1. Could java scan the system (machine) and return the number of disks in
    >it with the letter assigned to them and free space ???
    >(e.g: Drive C 200 MB free space
    > Drive D 120 GB free space )
    >
    >2.Could java modify a file a write in it ??
    >
    >3. could java execute a batch file ??
    >
    >4. After compiling is there any possibility to generate an executable file
    >so that the JDK is not need to run.
    >
    >5. Interface to interact with program would be any browser
    >6. Can anyone help me with this ???
    >Thanks
    >Regis



  3. #3
    CristMo Guest

    Re: Java intelligent with oracle8


    I can give You some hints how to answer Yourself some of Your Questions.

    2) Of Course it is possible but You must know at first which kind of file
    do You have. See "The Java Almanac 2000" from Chan.

    4) What do You compile? An Applet or an Application?
    What do You want to do with? Look also at Your Developpment
    environment in order to find out if a deployment is possible
    or not.

    5) Please make the difference between the browsers,
    because some works good and some other doesn't, even if
    You have the some program!!!
    The greatest compatibility offers the hotjava, then Netscape
    Navigator, and then Internet Explorer. Some Applets works for
    Navigator but not for Explorer b.E.

    >4. After compiling is there any possibility to generate an executable file
    >so that the JDK is not need to run.
    >
    >5. Interface to interact with program would be any browser
    >6. Can anyone help me with this ???
    >Thanks
    >Regis



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