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    Just out of curiosity, does anyone know what languages are most commonly used with oracle?

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    Errrr... SQL?

    What do you mean by languages?
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    Oracle is a database system, and thus I believe it can be used with almost any language.
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    yeah.. but are some languages used more commonly than others? do some languages bottle neck it?

    by languages I mean types like asp and php ect.

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    well cf seems to work very well with it. it has buit in native drivers for oracle.

    also i know php works great with oracle. webmonkey has a good article on this:

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    as for jsp/java, well i think oracle has a thing for java (they REALY like it). so jsp/java should work realy sweet with oracle.

    i duno about asp but it should work just fine.

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    ASP does work fine with it.


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