This diagram shows four boxes: a, b, c, and d. Box a includes the words Data Structure? inside it. Box b includes, from top to bottom, the word Access?, a box labeled Repository Path Access, and a box labeled SQL Query Access. Box c includes, from top to bottom, the word Language?, and the bullet points Java, JDBC, PL/SQL, and C or C++. Box d includes, from top to bottom, the words Processing and Data Manipulation?, and the bullet points DOM, XSLT, Queries, Inserts, and Updates.
Below these four boxes is a dashed box labeled Storage Options?. Inside this box, from top to bottom, are the words XMLType Tables or XMLType Views, and the bullet points You get the same Oracle XML DB functionality regardless of which storage option you choose and The storage option affects the application's performance and data fidelity.