|Oracle8i Application Developer's Guide - XML
Release 3 (8.1.7)
Part Number A86030-01
Using JDeveloper to Build Oracle XML Applications, 7 of 11
Consider the following example that demonstrates how XML is used to represent data, not present it. It shows the many to one relationship between employees and departments.
<Departments> <Dept> <Deptno>10</Deptno> <Dname>Sales></Dname> <Loc> <Employees> <Employee> <Empno>1001></Empno> <Ename>Scott</Ename> <Salary>80000</Salary> </Employee> </Employees> ... </Employee> </Employees> </Dept> <Dept> ...
To build this project in JDeveloper 3.2 carry out the following steps:
When you finish these steps in the Page Wizard, you should have an XSQL Page based on the Business Components for Java (BC4J) framework View objects. When you run this page, it sends the XML data to your browser.
You could optionally create a stylesheet to format the data so that it appears in a way that you prefer or you can tune it so that it can be displayed on a PDA or cellphone.