Oracle Database 10g XML & SQL: Design, Build, & Manage XML Applications in Java, C, C++, & PL/SQL / Edition 1

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Overview

Written by members of the Oracle XML group, this is a must-have reference for all IT managers, DBAs, and developers who want to learn the best practices for using XML with Oracle’s XML-enabled products. Includes real-world case studies based on the authors’ experience managing Oracle’s XML Discussion Forum—a community of 20,000+ XML component users.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072229523
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/28/2004
  • Series: Oracle Press Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 600
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark V. Scardina (Redwood Shores, CA) is Oracle’s XML Evangelist for Server Products and is the Group Product Manager for the CORE and XML Development Group, tasked with providing the XML infrastructure components used throughout the Oracle product stack including the XML Developer’s Kit. Mark also represents Oracle on the W3C XSL Working Group as well as chairs Oracle’s XML Standards committee.

Ben Chang (El Cerrito, CA) is a 13-year veteran at Oracle Corp., where he heads the CORE and XML Development Group as Director. In addition to working on Oracle6 to Oracle10i releases, he served the longest tenure as Development Release Manager for Oracle 8.0, spanning five releases. He also served three years as chair of Oracle's C Coding Standards Committee; and he is a W3C DOM Working Group Committee member.

Jinyu Wang (Redwood Shores, CA) is the XDK product manager for Oracle Corporation. She has more that 5 years of experience in developing software systems and is a certified Oracle DBA. She has been the active lead in the Oracle XML development, technical consulting and product management.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Oracle and the XML standards
1 Introducing XML 3
2 Accessing XML with DOM, SAX, JAXB, and StAX 15
3 Transforming XML with XSLT and XPath 49
4 Validating XML with DTDs and XML schemas 63
5 XML operations with XQuery 83
6 XML messaging and RPC with SOAP 95
7 Putting it all together with XML Pipeline, JSPs, and XSQL 105
Pt. II Oracle XML management for DBAs
8 Getting started with the Oracle XML database 129
9 Storing XML data 157
10 Generating and retrieving XML 189
11 Searching XML data 219
12 Managing the Oracle XML database 241
Pt. III Oracle XML for Java developers
13 Getting started with Oracle XML and Java 255
14 Building an XML-powered web site 267
15 Creating a portal site with XML and web services 289
16 Developing an XML gateway application with SOAP and AQ 313
17 Developing XML-based reusable components 343
Pt. IV Oracle XML for C developers
18 Getting started with Oracle XML and C 365
19 Building an XML-managed application 375
20 Build an XML database OCI application 393
21 Create an XML-configured high-performance transformation engine 409
Pt. V Oracle XML for C++ developers
22 Getting started with Oracle XML and C++ 421
23 Build an XML database OCI C++ application 433
24 Building an XML data-retrieval application 451
Pt. VI Oracle XML for PL/SQL developers
25 Getting started with Oracle XML and PL/SQL 465
26 Building PL/SQL web services 481
27 Extending PL/SQL XML functionality with Java 501
28 Putting it all together 519
A XML standards bodies and open specifications 529
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