Getting Started with Oracle and .NET

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Getting Started with Oracle and .NET
Christian Shay
Principal Product Manager, .NET and Windows
Oracle USA
Agenda
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Oracle and .NET Intro
Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio
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Oracle Data Provider for .NET
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Demo
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
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Demo
Demo
.NET Stored Procedures
Next Steps
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Oracle and Microsoft –
Collaborating Today and in
the Future
Oracle’s Commitment to .NET
ODP.NET
Visual
.NET
Studio .NET Stored
ODAC
Plug-ins Procedures 2006
ODP.NET
2002
2003
Q2 2005
.NET 1.0
.NET 1.1
VS 2003
Q3 2005
Q3 2006
64-bit
ODP.NET
ODAC 11g
Q1 2007 2007, 2008
.NET 2.0 & .NET 3.0 Windows
VS 2005
Vista, Win2k8
Relationship with Microsoft
Engineering
• Close collaboration with MS Engineering teams
• Access to pre-release drops of Microsoft products
• VSIP Premier Marketing partner
Marketing
• Sponsorship at respective events
• Joint training, road shows, collateral etc.
Support
• Microsoft Premier Support Agreement
• Collaboration of support teams
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Dewey Forrester
Director, Platform Evangelism
Microsoft
“We do not let the areas of
competition get in the way of the
areas in which we can bring a
great combined offering to
market.”
.NET Customers
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We’re taking the best
of both worlds – .NET
and Oracle – to give us
the best platform
possible. ODP.NET is
vital to the success of
our next-generation
application
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Bill Evjen,
Technical Architect
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Since we use a
Microsoft .NET
middle tier, Oracle
Data Provider for
.NET provided the
high throughput, high
performance, and
bulletproof
connectivity to the
database
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Jim Lombardi,
Principal Database Engineer
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Integrating
ODP.NET was easy
and straightforward..
we were able to take
advantage of…
the power and high
availability of the
grid
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Jason Lin, Assistant Vice
President, Application
Integration and Architecture
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Oracle and .NET –
Getting Started
Oracle Technology Network –
.NET Developer Center
• http://otn.oracle.com/dotnet
• Free downloads of Visual Studio tools, ODP.NET and
Oracle Database XE
• Whitepapers
• Sample Code
• Demo Videos
• Help Forums
• “How to” step by step tutorials
• Latest Oracle on .NET News
.NET Development Environment Support
Oracle Providers
for ASP.NET
Oracle Developer
Tools for VS
Develop
Visual Studio
Environment
C++, C#,
VB .NET
Application
Deploy
IIS
ASP.NET
MTS/
COM+
Application
Deploy
IIS
Database
Development
Oracle Data
Provider for .NET
Oracle Database
Extensions for .NET
Oracle Developer Tools for Visual
Studio
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Free
“Add-in” for Visual Studio 2003,2005, and 2008
Easy to use and intuitive
Powerful features that enhance productivity
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Fully integrated with Visual Studio
Easy ASP.NET web application development
Designers and wizards
Automatic .NET code generation
PL/SQL editor/debugger
Source control integration
Much more
• Stay in Visual Studio for project lifecycle
Oracle Data Provider for .NET
• Free
• Easy to learn, even if new to Oracle
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Compliant with ADO.NET 1.x and ADO.NET 2.0
No learning curve
Supports .NET Framework 1.0 and higher, including 3.5
32-bit, x64, and 64-bit Itanium .NET Framework
• Complete access to .NET functionality
• Native access to Oracle Database
• Utilize advanced Oracle Database features
• RAC, performance, security, data types, XML, etc.
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
• Free
• Pre-built services to store website state in Oracle
• E.g. store web user, shopping cart, profile information
• Based on ASP.NET standards
• Management console via IIS or Website Admin Tool
Develop on Windows, Database on any
Platform
ODT and
ODP.NET
Windows
Linux
Visual Studio
Environment
Unix
Windows
Other
Oracle 11g,10g, 9i, or 8i
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Oracle Developer Tools for
Visual Studio (ODT)
Feature Overview
• Fully integrated with Visual Studio 2005 and 2008
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Server Explorer
Data Sources Window
Dataset Designer
TableAdapter Configuration Wizard
Query Builder/Query Designer
More
• Fully integrated with Visual Studio .NET 2003
• Oracle Explorer
• Automatic code generation – Winform and ASP.NET
• Makes ASP.NET web application development very easy
Feature Overview
• Oracle Wizards and Designers
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Table/View Designer
Stored Procedure/Function/package Wizards
Grant/Revoke Privileges Wizard
UDT Custom Class Code Generation Wizard
More
• Oracle Data Window
• Oracle Database Project
• Edit and Run SQL scripts
• SQL*Plus is built in
• Source control integration
• Integrated PL/SQL Editor and Debugger
Feature Overview
• Oracle Query Window
• Ad Hoc SQL
• Explain Plan
• Integrated help system – SQL, PL/SQL keywords
D E M O N S T R A T I O N
Visual Studio
Integration
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Oracle Data Provider for .NET
(ODP.NET)
ODP.NET Object Model
Disconnected
Layer
DataSet
Connected Layer
(ODP.NET)
Oracle
DataAdapter
Data
Layer
Oracle
CommandBuilder
Oracle
DataReader
Oracle
Command
Oracle
Transaction
Oracle
Connection
Oracle
D E M O N S T R A T I O N
ODP.NET
ODP.NET Features
• Full PL/SQL support
• Packaged, non-packaged, anonymous, autonomous
• Batch SQL available with anonymous PL/SQL
• Native Oracle data types
• REF Cursors, LOBs, XMLType, TimeStamp, etc.
• Safe type mapping to .NET data types
• Connection pooling
• Min, Max, Timeout, Lifetime, Increment, Decrement
ODP.NET Features
• Transactions
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Enterprise Services via Oracle Services for MTS
Local (Implicit and Explicit)
System.Transactions
Savepoints
• Parameters
• PL/SQL Associative Array data type
• LOBs
• Ability to pre-fetch or defer LOB retrieval
ODP.NET Features
• XML
• XMLType data type
• Query and Save XML from the DB
• Both relational and object-relational
• Interoperate with MS XML APIs (e.g. XmlReader)
• Supports XSLT, XPATH, and XML Schema
• RAC
• Automatic load balancing
• Automatic connection cleanup
Top Unique ODP.NET Features
Features
Oracle
SQL 2005
Better Result Set Tuning Options
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Configurable LOB Retrieval
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Array Parameters
Yes
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Proxy Auth. and Secure App Context
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Real Application Clusters Support
Yes
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A True Self-Updating Cache
Yes
No
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Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
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Pre-built services to store website state into Oracle
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Services for commonly used website information
E.g. user info, user roles, shopping cart
Easy to learn
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Based on standard ASP.NET provider APIs and schema
Inherits from .NET Framework 2.0 base classes
Compatible with ASP.NET service classes
No unique extensions in Oracle ASP.NET providers
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
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Seamless integration with ASP.NET services and
controls
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Easy to switch from SQL Server to Oracle quickly
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Reference to specific providers unnecessary
High level of abstraction: services and controls based
programming
Configuration file determines which data source to use
Easy to setup and manage
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Can be managed by IIS or Website Admin Tool
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
IIS
ASP.NET Controls
ASP.NET Services
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
ODP.NET
Oracle Providers for ASP.NET
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Oracle Providers for ASP.NET Components
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Cache Dependency Provider
Membership Provider
Profile Provider
Role Provider
Site Map Provider
Session State Provider
Web Parts Personalization Provider
Web Events Provider
Administrators can pick and choose which providers
to use
D E M O N S T R A T I O N
ASP.NET
Providers
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.NET Stored Procedures
Oracle Database Extensions for .NET
• Database option
• DB server on Windows only
• Both 32-bit and 64-bit supported
• Oracle Database 10g Release 2 or later
Oracle Database Extensions for .NET
Oracle
Developer
Tools
Oracle
Developer
for Visual
Studio
Tools
for VS.NET
Visual Studio
Environment
Client
Application
Develop
Invoke
C#,VB.NET,C++
Server Project
(Use ODP.NET
if required)
Invoke
Stored
Procedure,
SQL ..
Build
Assembly
foo.dll
(proc sp)
Oracle Database
Oracle
Database
Extensions for .NET
Extensions for .NET
Deploy
Stored Proc
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Next Steps
More Information
• .NET Technology Center
• http://otn.oracle.com/dotnet
• .NET Blog
• http://cshay.blogspot.com/
• For more questions
• [email protected]
or
search.oracle.com
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product direction. It is intended for informational
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