Is PL/SQL a right choice form performing operations on a databse and display the final result.?

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Oracle 10g
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I am developing a stock maintainence software using java language (Front end) and using oracle database as backend . i am storing data entered into some sort of gui builded forms into database. Now i want to perform some operations on that data and then display the final result. Is PL/SQL a right choice for this job...? I don't know much about PL/SQL.

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Java Eclipse Ide, Oracle db.

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For operations performed on an Oracle database, PL/SQL is the best option.

As for displaying the final result, that depends on how you want to display it. If you want to display some fancy report or show the results on a form, then you need something additional.  You can manipulate the data with PL/SQL and then just pass it to your front end (java) to display the results.

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