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Bulk database update/insert from CSV file

I am implementing application specific data import feature from one database to another. I have a CSV file containing say 10000 rows. These rows need to be inserted/updated into database. There ...
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Oracle XE 11g (ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know of service requested in connect descriptor )

I have already seen the questioned in the stack overflow that might relate to my problem but let me emphasize that none of them could resolve my issue. issue is: when I wanted to integrate OWASP ...
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Oracle 11g: performance improvements of inserts

I have a table of 500 millions of rows (and growing) I did the following to improve performance of inserts: On database side: dropped all indexes and constraints disabled logging On application ...
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Do Oracle databases use Java internally?

My question is fairly simple. Is Java used internally by Oracle in their DBMSs?
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How to separate out individual sql statements from Oracle SQL script for execution from java code

I have Oracle DB 11g Enterprise Edition and I want to execute sql script from my java code. I am reading this sql script from a .sql file and the script contains statements such as create table, ...
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How to take oracle 10g backup? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to take oracle 10g backup? I followed this http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/10g/oracle-data-pump-10g.php link to create a db backup. I used this command to create ...
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Preloading a Java library in DB2, similar to ORACLE's loadjava

Edit to add details to clarify, based on Chris' comment: A Java stored procedure depends on external libraries. Locally it compiles successfully, since they are added to the classpath. But when ...