Projects / mod_plsql


MOD_PLSQL is an Apache module that allows you to create Web applications using Oracle stored procedures. It works similarly to the Oracle Web Application Server PL/SQL cartridge, and provides very similar APIs.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Jan 2006 12:36

    Release Notes: This release fixed cookie age handling and changed the cookie format to Version 1.

    •  18 Apr 2005 18:44

      Release Notes: The need to patch Apache sources to build mod_plsql has been removed. It's possible to build it as shared module.

      •  14 Jan 2002 23:07

        Release Notes: Passing SQL through a URL directly is not possible anymore. A potential buffer overflow in the CGI environment setup code has been fixed. There are other minor fixes and optimisations.

        •  03 Oct 2001 20:40

          Release Notes: Fixing htp.sql to escape ampersands, and some other minor fixes to mod_plsql.c.

          •  04 Jun 2001 22:36

            Release Notes: Fixes for cookie handling.

            Recent comments

            30 Jul 2006 18:58 iluxa

            Use CPPSERV instead
            mod_plsql is fine idea, and will work for simple applications, but for anything even mildly complex, one needs real application server. My personal recommendation is CPPSERV: it is an application server that provides very Java Servlet-like API to C++ programmers, and also contains CSP (C++ Server Pages) parser.


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