The loadjava command-line utility may be used to load Java class files into the database. The class files may be loaded individually, or packed into a JAR file using the jar command-line utility and loaded together. The syntax for the loadjava command-line utility is provided in Appendix B. This section uses only a few simple options of the loadjava command-line utility, but they should be enough for most of your needs. First, I describe how to load the class files individually, and then I show how to pack the classes into a JAR file and load that file into the database.
The loadjava command-line utility can be used to load one or more Java class files into the database. The following loadjava command loads the three previously generated class files into the fundamental_user schema. (Note that this is one long command that just happens to wrap to four separate lines in the printed book.)
loadjava -user fundamental_user/fundamental_password -resolve ServerExample1.class ServerExample1_SJProfileKeys.class ServerExample1_SJProfile0.class
The loadjava command-line utility will connect to the database using the username and password specified in the -user option, and then load the specified class files into the database schema. The connection to the database uses the Oracle JDBC OCI driver by default. The -resolve option is used to resolve class references immediately, rather than waiting until each ...