Oracle9i Application Server Overview Guide
Release 1.0.2

Part Number A87353-01

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A  C  D  E  F  H  I  J  L  M  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W  X 


A

ad hoc query, 2-53
Apache JServ, 2-19, 3-8
application logic, 1-8
architecture overview diagram, 1-9
authentication, 2-49

C

Cache Manager console. See Oracle Enterprise Manager
cache. See Oracle Database Cache
Calypso. See Oracle Web Cache
clients, thin, 1-8
Common Gateway Interface (CGI), 3-3

D

database access descriptor (DAD), 3-11
database server, 1-7
Discoverer Service, 2-54
Discoverer Viewer servlet, 2-54
Document Object Model (DOM). See Oracle XML Developer's Kit
Document Type Definitions (DTDs). See Oracle XML Developer's Kit

E

Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), 3-15
deploying in the middle tier, 3-19
enterprise portal, 2-32

F

Forms, 3-22
Forms Developer, 3-22
Forms Services, 3-22

H

HDML (Handheld Devices Markup Language), 2-38
HTML
Oracle Reports Services, 3-12
HTMLCSS
Oracle Reports Services, 3-12

I

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol), 2-12
interMedia Text, 2-10

J

Java
Java Messaging Service (JMS) client, 2-23
JavaServer Pages (JSP), 3-7
Oracle SQLJ Translator, 2-25
Java Virtual Machine (JVM), 3-5
JDBC drivers
JDBC Oracle Call Interface (JDBC-OCI) driver, 2-25
Oracle JDBC server-side internal driver, 2-25
Oracle JDBC thin driver, 2-25
JInitiator, 3-24
Oracle Forms Services, 3-24
JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface). See Oracle LDAP Developer's Kit
jserv module, 2-4
JSP Markup Language (JML), 3-7

L

LDAP. See Oracle LDAP Develper's Kit

M

Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS), 2-5
middle-tier database cache, 2-42
mod_8i. See mod_ose
mod_jserv, 2-4, 3-5
JavaServer Pages (JSP), 3-8
Oracle HTTP Server powered by Apache, 3-5
servlets, 3-5
mod_ose, 2-5
mod_perl, 2-4
mod_plsql, 2-4
mod_ssl, 2-4
Motorola, 2-38

O

Oracle Advanced Security, 2-49
authentication methods supported, 2-49
DES encryption, 2-49
MD5 algorithm, 2-49
PKI credential management, 2-51
RSA encryption, 2-49
single signon, 2-50
Oracle Call Interface (OCI), 2-26
Oracle Database Cache, 2-41
application criteria, 2-41
benefits, 2-41
cannot create tables, 2-42
cannot perform backup/recovery, 2-42
environment, 2-42
global transactions, 2-42, 3-20
TAF (transparent application failover), 2-42
Oracle Designer, 3-22
Oracle Discoverer 3i Viewer, 2-53
workbooks, 2-53
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 2-47
Oracle Forms Services, 2-17, 3-22
applets, 2-17
Oracle Internet Developer Suite, 1-2
Oracle Internet Directory (OiD). See Oracle LDAP Developer's Kit
Oracle Internet File System
schema, 2-13
SDK, 2-11
Oracle Internet Suite, 1-2
Oracle JDeveloper
Java, 3-5
servlets, 3-5
Oracle LDAP Developer's Kit, 2-29
Oracle Plug-in for Microsoft IIS, 2-5
Java Web component access, 2-5
PL/SQL Web component access, 2-5
Oracle Portal, 2-32
portal, 2-32
portlet providers, 2-33
portlets, 2-33
preference store, 2-35
session store, 2-35
Oracle Portal-to-Go
adapters, 2-37
JavaServer Pages (JSPs), 2-36
master service, 2-39
Personalization Portal, 2-36
Portal-to-Go XML, 2-36
repository, 2-39
request and response sequence, 2-38
request manager, 2-39
request object, 2-39
transformers, 2-37
Oracle Reports Developer applications, 2-53
Oracle Reports Services, 2-53, 3-12
Reports, 3-12
Oracle Servlet Engine (OSE), 2-5
Oracle SQLJ
runtime, 2-24
SQLJ profiles, 2-24
translator, 2-23
Oracle SQLJ Translator, 2-25
Oracle Web Cache, 2-44
architecture diagram, 2-45
Oracle XML Developer's Kit (XDK), 2-27, 3-4
XML Class Generator for Java, 2-27
XML Parser for Java, 2-27
XML Transviewer JavaBeans, 2-28
XSQL Servlet, 2-28
Oracle8i Cache, ix
Oracle8i Cache. See Oracle Database Cache
Oracle8i PL/SQL, 3-9
Oracle8i PLSQL, 2-16
OracleJSP, 3-7, 3-8
origin database, 2-42

P

Palm Computing Platform, 2-37
PDF
Oracle Report Services, 3-12
Perl, 3-3
Perl Interpreter, 2-21, 3-3
Perl module, 2-4
Personalization Portal, 2-36
PL/SQL module, 2-4
PL/SQL Server Pages (PSP), 3-9
PL/SQL Web Toolkit, 3-9
PL/SQL Server Pages (PSP), 3-9
portal, 2-32
portal service, 2-32
portlet providers, 2-33
portlets, 2-33
custom, 2-34
presentation layer, 2-18
presentation services, 2-18
programming languages supported, 1-13
provisioning adapter, 2-37

R

Reports and Graphics, 2-53
Reports Servlet, 2-53
runtime engines
Apache JServ, 3-8
Oracle8i PL/SQL, 3-9

S

security
Oracle Advanced Security, 2-49
services diagram, 1-3
servlet adapter, 2-37
servlets, 3-5, 3-15
Apache JServ, 3-8
Short Message Service, 2-38
single signon, 2-50
SMB (Server Message Block Protocol), 2-12
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), 2-12
SPARC Solaris, 2-53
SQL adapter, 2-37
SQLJ. See Oracle SQLJ
SSL module, 2-4
SSL Toolkit. See Oracle LDAP Developer's Kit
stored procedures, 2-16
stripper adapter, 2-37

T

TAF (transparent application failover), 2-42
technologies supported, 1-13
thin clients, 1-8
three-tier computing model, 1-8
Tiny HTML, 2-37
transparent application failover (TAF), 2-42
two-tier computing model, 1-7

U

URL adapter, 2-37

V

versions available
enterprise edition, 1-11
standard edition, 1-11
wireless edition, 1-11
VoxML/VoiceXML, 2-38

W

WAP (Wireless Access Protocol), 2-37
Web DAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning), 2-12
Web Folders, 2-9
Web integration adapter, 2-37
Web Interface Definition Language (WIDL), 2-37
WIDL (Web Interface Definition Language), 2-37
Windows CE devices, 2-37
Windows NT, 2-53
Wireless Access Protocol (WAP), 2-37
WML 1.1 (Wireless Markup Language), 2-37
workbooks, 2-53

X

XDK. See Oracle XML Developer's Kit
XML, 3-4, 3-7, 3-12
Oracle Reports Services, 3-12
XML Class Generator for Java, 2-27
XML Parser for Java, 2-27
XML Transviewer JavaBeans, 2-28
XSQL Servlet, 2-28
XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations), 2-37