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De-support Information - (J2EE & Corba in the Oracle9i Database)
by Jeff Hunter, Sr. Database Administrator
Oracle9i Database: J2EE & Corba De-support Information
With the introduction in Oracle9iAS release 220.127.116.11 of a new, lighter-weight, easier to use, faster and certified J2EE container (a.k.a. OC4J), Oracle will de-support the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and CORBA stacks from the database, post Oracle9iDB Release 1 (9.0.1); however the database-embedded Java VM (a.k.a. Oracle JVM) will still be available and provide Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) features to support Java Stored Procedures, JDBC and SQLJ in the database.
Starting from Oracle9iDB R2 (9.2.0), the following technologies will no longer be supported in the database:
The 9.0.1 release will be the last database release to support this stack
but customers are encouraged to migrate existing J2EE based applications running in
the database to OC4J, the new J2EE container in Oracle9iAS, now.
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