Oracle Dynamic Services User's and Administrator's Guide
Release 9.0.1

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Oracle Dynamic Services is a Java-based programmatic framework for incorporating, managing, and deploying Internet services. Oracle Dynamic Services makes it easy for application developers to rapidly incorporate existing services residing in Web sites, local databases, or proprietary systems into their own applications.


This guide is for developers who want to easily and more quickly develop customized, dynamic, Internet service offerings as business opportunities for their customers. An understanding of Oracle9i, Java, and XML is required.


This guide contains the following chapters and appendixes:

Chapter 1 

Introduces Oracle Dynamic Services; explains concepts. 

Chapter 2 

Describes the Oracle Dynamic Services installation. 

Chapter 3 

Describes Oracle Dynamic Services configuration and how to use Oracle Dynamic Services. 

Chapter 4 

Describes advanced installation options. 

Chapter 5 

Describes the Java and PL/SQL Web application development interfaces for accessing the Dynamic Services engine. 

Chapter 6 

Describes how to build a service. 

Chapter 7 

Describes service administration tasks.  

Chapter 8 

Describes known issues and problems with the current release of Oracle Dynamic Services. 

Appendix A 

Describes some helpful links to W3C specifications. 

Appendix B 

Describes some frequently asked questions (FAQ). 

Appendix C 

Describes the descriptive matrix of the schemas and adaptors supplied by Oracle Dynamic Services. 

Appendix D 

Describes the sample service packages. 

Appendix E 

Describes Oracle Dynamic Services error messages. 


Describes the Oracle Dynamic Services terms.  

Related Documents


For information added after the release of this guide, see the online README.txt file in your ORACLE_HOME directory. Depending on your operating system, this file may be in:

On UNIX systems:


On Windows NT systems:


See your operating-system specific installation guide for more information.

For the latest documentation, see the Oracle Technology Network Web site:

For more information, see the following manuals:


In this guide, Oracle Dynamic Services is sometimes referred to as Dynamic Services.

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