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Oracle® XML DB Developer's Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1)

Part Number B10790-01
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1-1 Oracle XML DB Architecture: XMLType Storage and Repository
1-2 Oracle XML DB: XMLType Storage and Retrieval Architecture
1-3 Oracle XML DB Repository Architecture
1-4 Microsoft Web Folder View of Oracle XML DB Repository
1-5 Listener Status with FTP and HTTP Protocol Support Enabled
1-6 Oracle XML DB Benefits
1-7 Unifying Data and Content: Some Common XML Architectures
2-1 Oracle XML DB Design Options
2-2 Data Storage Models: How Structured Is Your Data?
2-3 Data Access Models: How Will Users or Applications Access the Data?
2-4 Structured Storage Options
2-5 Oracle XML DB Application Program Interface (API) Stack
3-1 Using Windows Explorer to Load Content Into Oracle XML DB Repository
3-2 XMLSpy Graphical Representation of the PurchaseOrder XML Schema
3-3 XMLSpy Showing Support for Oracle XML DB Schema Annotations
3-4 Copying Files into Oracle XML DB Repository
3-5 Path-Based Access Using HTTP and a URL
3-6 Using Microsoft Word to Update and Edit Content Stored in Oracle XML DB
3-7 Using DBUri Servlet to Access XML Content
3-8 Database XSL Transformation of a PurchaseOrder Using DBUri Servlet
3-9 Database XSL Transformation of Departments Table Using DBUri Servlet
4-1 existsNode() Syntax
4-2 extract() Syntax
4-3 extractValue() Syntax
4-4 updateXML() Syntax
5-1 Creating an XMLType Table
5-2 How Oracle XML DB Maps XML Schema-Based XMLType Tables
5-3 Mapping simpleType: XML Strings to SQL VARCHAR2 or CLOBs
6-1 Mapping complexType to SQL for Out-of-Line Storage
6-2 Mapping complexType XML Fragments to Character Large Objects (CLOBs)
6-3 Cross Referencing Between Different complexTypes in the Same XML Schema
6-4 complexType Self Referencing Within an XML Schema
6-5 Cyclical References Between XML Schemas
8-1 XMLTransform() Syntax
8-2 Using XMLTransform()
10-1 PL/SQL DOM API for XMLType: Calling Sequence
10-2 PL/SQL Parser API for XMLType: Calling Sequence
10-3 PL/SQL XSLT Processor for XMLType: Calling Sequence
12-1 Java DOM API for XMLType: Calling Sequence
15-1 XMLElement() Syntax
15-2 XMLAttributes Clause Syntax
15-3 XMLForest() Syntax
15-4 XMLSequence() Syntax
15-5 XMLConcat() Syntax
15-6 XMLAgg() Syntax
15-7 XMLColAttVal() Syntax
15-8 DBMS_XMLGEN Calling Sequence
15-9 SYS_XMLGEN Syntax
15-10 SYS_XMLAGG() Syntax
16-1 Creating XMLType Views Clause: Syntax
17-1 DBUri: Visual or SQL View, XML View, and Associated XPath
17-2 SYS_DBURIGEN Syntax
18-1 A Typical Folder Tree Showing Hierarchical Structures in Oracle XML Repository
18-2 Oracle XML DB Repository Data Access Options
18-3 Oracle XML DB Folders in Windows Explorer
18-4 Accessing Repository Data Using HTTP/WebDAV and Navigational Access From IE Browser: Viewing Web Folders
20-1 Accessing Repository Resources Using RESOURCE_VIEW and PATH_VIEW
20-2 RESOURCE_VIEW and PATH_VIEW Structure
20-3 RESOURCE_VIEW and PATH_VIEW Explained
20-4 UNDER_PATH Syntax
20-5 EQUALS_PATH Syntax
20-6 PATH Syntax
21-1 Using DBMS_XDB to Manage Resources: Calling Sequence
21-2 Using DBMS_XDB to Manage Security: Calling Sequence
21-3 Using DBMS_XDB for Configuration Management: Calling Sequence
24-1 Oracle XML DB Architecture: Protocol Server
24-2 Creating a WebFolder in Windows 2000
26-1 Managing Oracle XML DB with Enterprise Manager: Main Tasks
26-2 Enterprise Manager Console: XML Database Management Window
26-3 Enterprise Manager Console: Configuring Oracle XML DB
26-4 Enterprise Manager Console: Edit XML Database Parameters Dialog
26-5 Enterprise Manager: Oracle XML DB Resources Tree Showing Resources Folder Selected
26-6 Enterprise Manager: Top Level Resources Under Root
26-7 Enterprise Manager: Individual Oracle XML DB Resources - General Page
26-8 Enterprise Manager: Individual Oracle XML DB Resource - Security Page
26-9 Enterprise Manager: When You Right-Click an Individual Resource...
26-10 Enterprise Manager: Create Oracle XML DB Resource Dialog Box
26-11 Enterprise Manager: Granting Privileges to Oracle XML DB Resources
26-12 Enterprise Manager: Show Contents Menus of Individual Oracle XML DB Resource
26-13 Enterprise Manager: Show Grantee of Oracle XML DB Resources
26-14 Adding or Revoking Privileges with Users > user> XML
26-15 Granting Privileges on a Resource
26-16 Enterprise Manager Console: Navigating XML Schema
26-17 Enterprise Manager: Creating XML Schema-Based Objects
26-18 Enterprise Manager: Registering an XML Schema - General Page
26-19 Enterprise Manager: Creating XML Schema - Options Page
26-20 Enterprise Manager: Creating XMLType Tables-General Page
26-21 Enterprise Manager: Creating XMLType Tables - Specifying LOB Storage
26-22 Enterprise Manager: Creating Tables With XMLType Column - General Page
26-23 Enterprise Manager: Creating Tables With XMLType Column - XMLType Options
26-24 Enterprise Manager: Creating an XMLType View - General Page
26-25 Enterprise Manager: Creating XMLType Views - Advanced Page
26-26 Enterprise Manager: Creating a Function-Based Index Based on XPath Expressions
29-1 Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing and XML Message Payloads
29-2 iDAP Architecture for Performing AQ Operations Using HTTP