I need to be able to set up a Domino server to use Oracle xSQL and Java servlets to deliver live data from an Oracle database to a web browser.
This is possible using Apache, but our web server strategy is Domino so I would like to know if it is possible to use Domino instead!
Document number 114226.1 at the http://metalink.oracle.com/ details the Apache requirements.
I have a few ideas that might work. You could look to use DECS to serve the data in real time, but that would be slow. There isn't a ISAPI for Apache, which seems wrong for Domino. Lotus is very lacking in the ISAPI department, and it is situations like this that hurt them as a viable web server platform.
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