Web Request Broker


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Web Request Broker

(World-Wide Web)
(WRB) Part of Oracle Corporation's WebServer suite of programs. It is a high-performance, multi-threaded HTTP server which allows clients' requests to be directly translated into Oracle 7 database scripts, and automatically translates the results of the query back into HTML for delivery to the client browser.

Oracle WebServer.
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