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From: Antony T Curtis (antonycurtisverizon.net)
Date: Thu Jun 05 2008 - 00:34:18 CDT
Check out this link for Java stored procedures with MySQL
It is probably what you are looking for. I have some more info on my
blog at http://antbits.blogspot.com/
For more information, you can email Eric Herman <ericmysql.com> or
you can email me.
Currently, you will not see any Java Stored Procedure functionality in
any official MySQL release but I plan to maintain a fork with this
Soon, I plan to be in a position to build 'preview' binaries for
Linux, FreeBSD, Windows and MacOS.
(Not speaking on behalf of my current or any prior employer)
On 4 Jun 2008, at 01:39, Abhayjeet Singh Grewal wrote:
> Thanks Martin,
> I looked at the link, but I guess I was not able to put my question
> in the
> right way.
> Basically I have a Java Package and I want to call that package from
> function or procedure.
> Any help would be much appreciated.
> On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 9:32 PM, Martin <mgaintyhotmail.com> wrote:
>> It seems you are referring to the UDF Oracle specific User-defined
>> Have you looked at
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Abhayjeet Singh Grewal" <
>> To: <mysqllists.mysql.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 9:50 AM
>> Subject: JAVA UDF HOW
>>> I am working on oracle to mysql migration and really stuck bad
>>> with Java
>>> UDF. I did not find any documantation and the ones which I did do
>>> Please help me at the earliest. I am using MySQL 5.0.51B comunity
>>> with Java JDK1.6 on windows 2003.
>>> Abhay Grewal
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