Access to prototype was: Re: Example of a Flow-based JDBC API
lukas.eder at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 10:11:16 UTC 2017
2017-10-30 10:37 GMT+01:00 Philippe Marschall <pm at netcetera.ch>:
> On 28.10.17 01:35, Douglas Surber wrote:
>> Oracle has an internal prototype implementation for the Oracle Database
>> that is asynchronous all the way down so we are confident that this is
>> implementable. This prototype has two purposes: 1) demonstrate that the API
>> is implementable, 2) actually run sample code to test the usability of the
>> API. Management is currently unwilling to release this prototype for public
>> use, but that may change.
> What about access for Oracle customers with a support contract and a
> support identifier? ;-)
I would also be very interested. I don't have a support contract, but
perhaps we can do an exception for JCs / ACEs?
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