|Oracle8i Application Developer's Guide - XML
Release 3 (8.1.7)
Part Number A86030-01
Using XML-SQL Utility (XSU), 7 of 26
XSU comes with a simple command line front-end which gives user a quick access to XSU's XML generation and XML insertion functionalities. At this point, the XSU front end does not publish the update and delete functionalities of the XSU.
The command line options are provided through the java class
OracleXML. Invoke it by calling:
The above call will result the front-end usage information to be printed.
To be able to run the XSU front-end, you first need to specify where is the executable located. To do this add the XSU java library (xsu12.jar or xsu111.jar) to your CLASSPATH.
Now, since the XSU has a dependency on the Oracle XML Parser and the JDBC drivers, for the XSU to run, you need to make the location of these components also known. To do this, your CLASSPATH needs to include the locations of the Oracle XML Parser java library (xmlparserv2.jar) and the JDBC library (classes12.jar if using xsu12.jar or classes111.jar if using xsu111.jar).