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Overview of the Application Development Environment

Oracle Multimedia supports application development by providing these tools and capabilities, which are briefly described in the following subsections:

2.1.1 Java Class Libraries and Other Packages and Interfaces

Oracle Multimedia provides these Java class libraries, which enable access (insert, update, and retrieve) and manipulation (process) of multimedia data stored in the database:

  • Oracle Multimedia Java API class library
  • Java Advanced Imaging (JAI) classes in the Oracle Multimedia Java API class library
  • Oracle Multimedia Servlets and JSP Java API class library
  • Oracle Multimedia JSP Tag Library

And, Oracle Multimedia provides these specialized Java class libraries:

  • Oracle Multimedia DICOM Java API class library
  • Oracle Multimedia Mid-Tier Java API class library

Oracle Multimedia also integrates with the Oracle Multimedia/Oracle Application Development Framework Business Components (ADF Business Components) integration package, and with C++ and traditional 3GLs through modern class library interfaces. Class libraries provide access to multimedia data stored in the database in several ways.

Oracle Multimedia Java API Class Library

Using the Java database connectivity (JDBC) interface, the Oracle Multimedia Java API class library enables you to use Java proxy classes for Oracle Multimedia database objects to quickly develop Java applications for use on any tier (client, application server, or database) to manipulate and modify audio, image, and video data, or heterogeneous media data stored in a database. Oracle Multimedia Java API makes it possible for JDBC result sets to include both traditional relational data and Oracle Multimedia columns of object type media data, to easily select and operate on the result set, to access object attributes, and to invoke object methods. Section 1.10.1 for general information, and Section 2.4 for a description of how to use Java and JDBC to develop media-rich Java client applications using this Java class library.

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