> - it's cool
Not a valid business reason.
> - where I work, we have a HUGE database-driven web-application. A lot of
> our business logic is implemented via stored procedures, that
> act as black boxes for the web-designers.
> Think of enterprise java beans.
> They are not "nonsense" or such. They are usefull.
Stored procedures aren't nonsense, but using or re-implementing a particular
vendor's implementation is.
> (I know, you can use ejb with JDBS and mysql..., but if you
> want to have
> some logic incapsualted, you should use some kind of "component")
> - sp extends the RDBMS itself in its functionality. Think about
> some stupid
> "check_fiscal_code()" or "insert_new_customer()".
> Web designers use the "insert_new_customer", instead of using SQL
These are all great reasons to implement stored procedures, not Oracle
PL/SQL. I think I'm missing your point here...
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