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Connor McDonald

Thanks for the question, Ramakrishna.

Asked: July 10, 2020 - 9:33 am UTC

Answered by: Connor McDonald - Last updated: July 13, 2020 - 5:59 am UTC

Category: Database Administration - Version: 12c

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Hi Tom,

I am trying to import below predefined java libraries to identify the language of the given text. Is there any impact on the data base by importing these libraries like such as slowness or any application connecting to database.

loadjava -u DB_USER orai18n.jar orai18n-collation.jar orai18n-lcsd.jar orai18n-mapping.jar orai18n-net.jar orai18n-servlet.jar orai18n-tools.jar orai18n-translation.jar orai18n-utility.jar

and we said...

No there should not be because Java libraries etc will not be seen/used unless explicitly invoked by your application (connected as DB_USER)

Java in the database are objects (just like tables, indexes etc).

I can create a million row table, and the impacts no-one .... unless I'm actually querying it.

Similarly, the loading of java into the database is not an issue...it is what you then do with that java that potentially has impact.