Using Java to add "stored procedures" to databases Conference

Ege, RK, Rishe, N, Liu, J et al. (1999). Using Java to add "stored procedures" to databases . 322-331.

cited authors

  • Ege, RK; Rishe, N; Liu, J; Lebedev, V



  • The paper describes our approach to adding "stored procedure" capability to a semantic database system using Java byte-codes and Java's ability to dynamically load and execute Java code. Several steps were necessary: first we added a Java application programmer interface to the database system; then we created a database schema to hold Java executable code; then we constructed a Java class loader to allow code to be loaded from the database; then we enabled the creation of Java objects and executed the Java code for them. Our approach is not specific to our semantic database system, rather it can serve as a recipe for adding "stored procedures" to any database system.

publication date

  • January 1, 1999

International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 10

International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 13

start page

  • 322

end page

  • 331