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Oracle Database 11g Building Oracle XML DB Applications (Osborne Oracle Press)by Jinyu. Wang
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A complete Oracle Press guide to XML and Oracle XML DB, including practical examples and best practices
Oracle Database 11g: Building Oracle XML DB Applications teaches you how to use the available XML technology for application design, processing, and data storage. You'll learn how to put Oracle XML DB technology to work with best practices for using XML in Oracle applications and databases.
The book is organized into three parts. The first section focuses on the basic XML and XML DB concepts and the product features Oracle offers. These chapters contain real-world examples and highlight best practices as well as potential pitfalls. The second section teaches Oracle XML DB management topics including storage, backup, recovery, security, and performance tuning with examples based on Oracle Database 11gR2. The third section discusses how to build real-world XML applications. Source code, along with extensive explanations of each example, is included.
Oracle Database 11g Building XML ApplicationsIs written by an Oracle expert and former product manager for Oracle XML DBProvides core concepts of XML and Oracle XML DB--covering the latest features available in Oracle Database 11gR2Advises you of pros and cons of various approaches and methodsIllustrates best practices with code examples throughoutIncludes source code from book online
This Oracle Press guide covers:
Oracle XML DB Overview; Basic XML Concepts; XMLType; XML DB Repository; Parsing XML; Validating XML; Accessing XML with Xpath; Transforming XML; Querying XML; Creating XML from Relational Tables; Searching XML; Oracle XML DB Installation; Oracle XML DB Storage; Oracle XML DB Backup and Recovery; Oracle XML DB Security; Oracle XML DB Performance Tuning; Oracle XML DB Web Services; Oracle XML DB Support in Oracle JDeveloper; Oracle Pulling It All Together: Sample Application
Book News Annotation:
This guide to building and managing Oracle database applications using XML provides practical instruction for performing common tasks with this simple but powerful markup language. Topics discussed include an overview of Oracle XML Database, parsing and validating XML, Xpath, XML Query, relational tables, XML DB storage, backup and security, building XML D web applications and Oracle Application Express integration. Chapters include illustrations, screen shots and code examples. Wang is a senior product manager for Oracle. A McGraw Hill imprint. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Master the XML Programming Features in Oracle Database 11g
Develop, debug, and administer data-backed XML applications using the expert instruction and best practices in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Database 11g: Building Oracle XML DB Applications discusses the latest development tools, technologies, and components. Find out how to set up Oracle XML Database (Oracle XML DB), build XML applications in Oracle JDeveloper 11g, work with XSLT stylesheets, and incorporate full-text search. Troubleshooting, performance tuning, and security are also covered in this comprehensive resource. Create, store, and query XML types using Oracle XML DB Load XML documents into relational tables and define SQL views Parse and validate schema with Oracle XDK for Java and PL/SQL packages Merge documents, generate reports, and transform data using XSLT Construct applications from Oracle XML DB Web services Use Oracle JDeveloper 11g to design and deploy XML applications Integrate Oracle Text and Oracle Secure Enterprise Search features Streamline the development process using Oracle Application Express
The audience for this book is Oracle XML developers and database administrators tasked with managing the XML data. Oracle estimates 40% of Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware customers will need XML storage and XML processing. There are currently over a quarter of a million Oracle XML developers and the number of Oracle DBAs is in the millions.
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