Calling Java programs from Oracle Stored Procedure

Is it possible to call Java programs from Oracle stored procs? If possible Can this be used to exchange data from other applications? Is there a better method/feature in oracle for doing data exchange with other apps?

If what you mean by Oracle stored procedures is pl/sql then yes.
You can create a "wrapper" this way:
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION xmlXform
in_mapUrl IN VARCHAR2,
in_inputUrl IN VARCHAR2
RETURN VARCHAR2
AS
LANGUAGE JAVA NAME
'com.yourcompany.xml2any.xform(java.lang.String,java.lang.String)
RETURN java.lang.String';
Then load the java as:
loadjava -user youruser/youruserpasswd -resolve -verbose lib/xmlparserv2.jar classes/com/yourcompany/xform.class classes/com/yourcompany/xml2any.class
The java, given the correct permissions, can do anything java can do including communicate with outside applications.
Is this the "best" way... depends on what you are trying to accomplish.

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    Message was edited by:
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