This diagram shows the Oracle XML DB at the top. Oracle XML DB connects below to four boxes with the following names: Unifies Data and Content, Faster Storage and Retrieval of Complex XML Documents, Helps Integrate Applications, and Also Handles non-XML Data with XMLType Views.
Unifies Data and Contents has the following list of capabilities connected below to it: Enhanced native database support for XML; Stores and Manages structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data; Transparent XML and SQL interoperability; Exploits database features; and Exploits XML features. Exploits database features has the following features attached to it: indexing, searching; updating, transaction processing; manages constraints; multiple data views; speeds up XML storage, retrieval; and supports standards for storing, modifying, retrieving data. Exploits XML features has the following features attached to it: structure and storage independence; facilitates presentation and data display; and facilitates B2B data exchange.
Faster Storage and Retrieval of Complex XML Documents has the following list of capabilities connected below to it: Higher performance of XML operations and Higher scalability of XML operations.
Helps Integrate Applications has the following list of capabilities connected below to it: XMLType views over local or remote sources; Connectivity to other databases, files,....; and Uniform SQL/XML queries over data integrated from multiple sources.
Also Handles non-XML Data with XMLType Views has the following capability connected below to it: Facilitates migrating of legacy and non-XML to XML data.