The PL/SQL Toolkit actually means the PL/SQL Web Toolkit. It was added in Oracle 7 and has been expanded and stabilized in subsequent releases. The PL/SQL Toolkit enables developers to render dynamic web pages based on business logic embedded in stored procedures. Oracle PL/SQL Server Pages (PSPs) were introduced in Oracle 8i (8.1.6 and later), which enabled you to write complete web pages and store them in the database.
We'll be covering the following topics:
Criteria for selection between PL/SQL Toolkit and PSPs
Describing the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) architecture
Describing and configuring the standalone HTTP server
Configuring the Oracle HTTP Server
Configuring the Oracle ...