Oracle XSQL: Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content / Edition 1by Michael D. Thomas
Pub. Date: 01/17/2003
XSQL isn't just some razzle-dazzle technology. It allows you to easily leverage the most robust, mature, and usable technologies in the industry: SQL, HTML, HTTP, XML, Java, and the Oracle RDBMS. With an exciting first look at XSQL, this innovative book shows you
Discover how to combine the power of SQL, XML, and XSLT to publish dynamic Web content using XSQL
XSQL isn't just some razzle-dazzle technology. It allows you to easily leverage the most robust, mature, and usable technologies in the industry: SQL, HTML, HTTP, XML, Java, and the Oracle RDBMS. With an exciting first look at XSQL, this innovative book shows you how to bring all of these powerful technologies together in order to publish dynamic Web content. You'll first find a comprehensive discussion of how XSQL relates to each of these technologies. Then you'll learn how you can use XSQL to present your database data on the Web instantly. The numerous code examples will show you how to develop a complete application with just XSQL and XSLT.
While exploring all of the exciting features of XSQL, this book:
* Presents a solid approach to building XML Web applications and Web services with XSQL, Oracle Text, SQL, XSLT, and Java from data found in Oracle databases
* Offers proven tips on how to enhance XSQL with custom action handlers, serializers, and the XSQL API
* Shows how to use XSLT to write scripts based on database data
* Explains how to use serializers to produce images and PDF documents on the fly
The companion Web site contains all of the author's code examples from the book.
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- First Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.23(d)
Table of Contents
About the Author.
Chapter 1. Introducing Oracle XSQL.
Chapter 2. Getting Started with XSQL.
Chapter 3. Hello, XSQL!
Chapter 4. XSQL Architecture.
Chapter 5. Writing XSQL Pages.
Chapter 6. XSQL Parameters.
Chapter 7. Database Modifications with XSQL.
Chapter 8. Oracle SQL.
Chapter 9. PL/SQL.
Chapter 10. Using Oracle Text.
Chapter 11. Retrieving XML.
Chapter 12. XSLT.
Chapter 13. XSLT In-Depth.
Chapter 14. Building XSQL Web Applications.
Chapter 15. Command Line Utility.
Chapter 16. Web Services with XSQL.
Chapter 17. XSQL Beyond Web Browsing.
Chapter 18. Custom Action Handlers.
Chapter 19. Serializers.
Appendix A: Resources.
Appendix B: Related Standards.
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