This figure shows a tree structure with parent nodes and leaf nodes (nodes without children). The root is labeled "
/ - Root Node", and has two children:
home has two children:
SCOTT has five children:
SCOTT/acls are leaves). Node
po has three leaf children, collectively labeled "XML files stored in your XMLType tables/views":
general has five leaf children, collectively labeled "Binary files stored as BLOBs":
graphics has three leaf children, collectively labeled "Graphics or binary files stored in BLOBs":
XDB has two leaf children:
Everything under node
sys is collectively labeled "Oracle XML DB System Folders (Do not store your data in sys)". Node
sys has three children:
sys/acls has two leaf children, collectively labeled "ACL files are stored in
log has one leaf child:
sys/schemas has one child:
PUBLIC has one child:
xmlsn.oracle.com has one child:
xdb has one leaf child:
xdb are collectively labeled "Oracle XML DB folders (containers)". Leaf node
XDBSchema.xsd is labeled "XML files typically stored object-relationally can also store in LOBs".
All nodes in the figure with extensions, such as
.xml, represent files or documents. The other nodes (including
xmlns.oracle.com) represent directories (containers).