By Steve Muench

Oracle company, dedicated to assisting XML in a variety of items, has XML-enabled its whole Oracle net platform--the Oracle8»i database, Oracle interMedia, Oracle software Server, and numerous different items. «Building Oracle XML purposes, via Steve Muench, Oracles lead «XML evangelist» and a key Oracle XML developer, provides Java and PL/SQL builders a wealthy and exact examine the various instruments Oracle has supplied to help XML improvement, resembling the Oracle XML Parser, the Oracle XML SQL software, and the XSQL Servlet. the corporate describes Oracle8»i as «the first XML enabled database.» This e-book indicates tips to mix the ability of XML and XSLT with the rate, performance, and reliability of the Oracle database to construct versatile purposes. the writer promises approximately 800 pages of interesting textual content, priceless and time-saving tricks, and broad examples that builders can positioned to take advantage of instantly to construct customized XML purposes. items lined comprise: XSQL pages and the XSQL servlet: declarative templates and an in depth framework to gather any form of static or dynamic XML info and rework it for supply utilizing XSLT stylesheets.JDeveloper: a whole built-in improvement setting for Java XML builders, together with modifying, syntax checking, debugging, and extra. XSLT Processor: a product that permits XML info to be provided and brought in lots of other ways, utilizing any web-based structure, either inside and out the database. XML SQL application: an Oracle software that works with the result of SQL statements as XML records and makes use of XML records to insert, replace, and delete info from database tables, perspectives, andobject views.XML Parser: a product that shall we Java, PL/SQL, C, and C++ builders procedure and build XML.interMedia: a product whose textual content choice we could builders seek XML records from SQL and leverage the XML record constitution for razor-sharp seek precision.Advanced Queuing: an Oracle queuing mechanism that shall we either PL/SQL and Java courses enqueue and and dequeue XML messages. PLSXML utilities: Oracle PL/SQL utilities that allow builders utilizing any model of Oracle produce XML from SQL statements. The accompanying CD-ROM includes JDeveloper 3.1, an built-in improvement surroundings for Java builders.

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2 XML Simplifies Application Integration It is not uncommon for a company to have: • Machines running operating systems from Sun, HP, IBM, Microsoft, and others • Databases from Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, and others • Packaged applications from Oracle, SAP, and others An XML-based representation of data and the HTTP protocol might be the only things these various systems can ever hope to have in common! More and more, these systems must be integrated over the Internet and across firewalls, so XML over HTTP or secure HTTPS is the data exchange mechanism of choice to connect these heterogeneous applications.

This happens because the DTD defined a default value for Level. 0 standard treats the document as if it had specified the attribute with its default value. DOCTYPE> declaration. 7. DTD-declared default attributes appear automatically Let's look at an example of the other kind of effect: validation errors. If we try the oraxml command on this file we get the message: The input file parsed without errors So the file is well-formed, but is it valid with respect to the DTD?

0 Recommendation. I cover all of the key XML Parser capabilities, both inside and outside the database, in Chapter 5, and Chapter 6. We'll learn about using XPath expressions in Chapter 2, and we'll use them throughout the book in our XSLT transformations. The Oracle XML Parser is available for Java, PL/SQL, and C/C++ on all popular platforms. The Java, C, and C++ versions can run outside the database, but exploiting the PL/SQL and Java versions inside the database requires Oracle8i. 1 on the CD-ROM.

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