This diagram shows the Oracle XML DB Repository Architecture. A dashed box appears at the top labeled Application Logical View of Oracle XML DB Repository. Inside this box is a hierarchical list of four folder icons on the left. A Table with five columns, Name, ACL, Property 1, Property N, and Property N, also appears inside the dashed box. The third folder in the hierarchical list connects with an arrow to the Name column in the Table. The last of the hierarchical folder icons is labeled abc.
Below the dashed box is an Oracle Database. A box named Database View of Oracle XML DB Repository appears inside the Oracle Database. This box has five subboxes inside it: RESOURCE_VIEW (XMLType), Path, B*Tree Index, Text Index, and Hierarchical Index. To the right of this box is a box labeled XMLType Rows, which includes two subboxes inside it. Below this box are the words Tables or Views of XML. The box named RESOURCE_VIEW (XMLType) is a view in the database that includes seven columns: Name, ACL, Property 1, Property N, Extra, Content (which includes the word LOB at the bottom), and Parent. Content has a bidirectional arrow pointing to the bottom of the two boxes inside the box labeled XMLType Rows. The column Name has two arrows pointing to it from the column Name in the Table inside the box labeled Application Logical View of Oracle XML DB Repository. The upper of these two arrows is labeled FTP. The lower of these two arrows is labeled WebDAV.