Oracle has made a significant strategic commitment to Java and is providing client side programmatic interfaces, namely JDBC driver and SQLJ, as well as a Java VM that is tightly integrated with Oracle8i server. Oracle8I Java and Unicode support enable the development and deployment of multilingual Java applications worldwide.

In this paper, we give an overview of the Java components and database configurations required for multilingual Java application deployment. Oracle JDBC and SQLJ products provide globalization support across all tiers. In the Oracle8i server tier this also includes the Java stored procedures and distributed Java components running on the Java VM. We also demonstrate through a comprehensive example how to develop and deploy multilingual Java applications in an Oracle8i environment. Oracle8i transparently supports Java globalization, fully leveraging existing Java expertise, infrastructure and code.

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