|Oracle8i Application Developer's Guide - XML
Release 3 (8.1.7)
Part Number A86030-01
Using XML-SQL Utility (XSU), 9 of 26
To put an XML document in to the emp table under scott schema, use the following syntax:
This performs the following tasks:
The following lists the putXML options:
Used to specify the user name and password to connect to the database. If this is not specified, the user defaults to "scott/tiger". Note that he connect string is also being specified, the user name and password can be specified as part of the connect string.
Used to specify the JDBC database connect string. By default the connect string is: "jdbc:oracle:oci8:@"):
Used to specify the batch size, which control the number of rows which are batched together and inserted in a single trip to the database. Batching improves performance.
Used to specify the number of inserted records after which a commit is to be executed. Note that if the autocommit is true (default), then setting the commitBatch has no consequence.
Used to specify the row tag (the tag used to enclose the data coresponding to a database row). The default row tag is ROW. Specifying an empty string for the row tag tells the XSU that no row enclosing tag is used in the XML document.
Used to specify the date format for the date values in the XML document.
Used to make the matching of the column names with tag names case insensitive (e.g. "EmpNo" will match with "EMPNO" if ignoreCase is on).
Used to specify the XML document to insert. The fileName option specifies a local file, the URL specifies a URL to fetch the document from and the xmlDoc option inlines the XML document as a string on the command line.
The name of the table to put the values into.