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11g Release 1 (11.1)

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A

access control entry (ACE)
definition, 27.1.5
access control list (ACL)
definition, 27.1.6
overview, 1.2.5.2
account XDB, 2.1, 3.19.1, 3.19.7, 25.5, 25.6, 26.2, 27.5, 36.6.1, 36.6.1
ACE
definition, 27.1.5
ACL
definition, 27.1.6
See access control list
ACL type
definition, 27.3.1
ACLOID resource property
definition, 27.5
ACLs
child
definition, 27.5.4
constraining inheritance
definition, 27.5.4
extending inheritance
definition, 27.5.4
parent
definition, 27.5.4
system, 27.5.1
administering Oracle XML DB, 34
Advanced Queuing (AQ)
hub-and-spoke architecture support, 37.1.2
IDAP, 37.4
message management support, 37.1.3
messaging scenarios, 37.1.1
point-to-point support, 37
publish/subscribe support, 37
XMLType queue payloads, 37.5.1
aggregate privilege
definition, 27.1.2
aggregating generated XML data
XSQL Servlet and SQL function XMLAgg, 17.6
annotations
XML schema, 3.7.3, 6.9
querying to obtain, 6.10
anonymous user, access to repository, 28.2.1
any element, 21.3
appendChildXML SQL function, 4.2.11
atomic privilege
definition, 27.1.2
attributes
collection (SQL), 6.12.5
columnProps, 6.3.8
Container, 21.3.2
defaultTable, 6.3.8, 6.9.1
in elements, 6.9.3
maintainDOM, 6.6.2, 6.9.1, 7.7.1.2
maintainOrder, 6.9.3
maxOccurs, 6.9.3
namespaces, 6.2
of XMLFormat, 17.4.1
REF, 8.3, 8.9.2
SQLCollType, 6.9.1
SQLInline, 8.3, 8.3
SQLName, 6.9.1
SQLSchema, 6.3.7
SQLType, 6.9.1, 8.6
storeVarrayAsTable, 6.9.1, 6.9.1
sys_DburiGen SQL function, passing to, 20.8.1
SYS_XDBPD$, 6.6.2, 7.5, 7.7.1.2
tableProps, 6.3.8
XMLDATA, 7.1, 8.9.2.1
XMLType, in AQ, 37.5.1
xsi.NamespaceSchemaLocation, 6.1
xsi.noNamespaceSchemaLocation, 19.3.1.1
authenticatedUser role
DBuri servlet security, 20.9.2

B

backward-compatible XML schema evolution
definition, 9.3.1
binary XML
definition, 1.3.3
bind variables
XPath rewrite, 8.11.1
bootstrap ACL
definition, 27.5.1
B-tree index, 1.3.3, 3.16.2, 3.16.4

C

C API for XML, 15
CharacterData interface, 12.2.10
CheckIn event, repository, 30.2
CheckOut event, repository, 30.2
child ACL
definition, 27.5.4
circular dependencies
XML schemas, 8.9
CLASSPATH Java variable
setting, 31.3.1
CLOB storage of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
closeContext PL/SQL procedure, 13.2
collection
in out-of-line tables, 8.4
loading and retrieving large documents, 8.12
collection attribute (SQL), 6.12.5
collection, XML
definition, 6.8.1.3
columnProps attribute, 6.3.8
complex XLink link
definition, 23.2.2
See extended XLink link
complexType
cycling between, 8.9.2
handling inheritance, 8.7.1
mapping
any and anyAttribute declarations, 8.7.3
fragments to LOBs, 8.6
to SQL, 6.12.5
Oracle XML DB restrictions and extensions, 8.7
component of a resource path name
definition, 21.2.1
compound XML document, 23.3
definition, 23.1
configuring Oracle XML DB
protocol server, 28.2.1
repository, 22
servlets, 32.4
using DBMS_XDB API, 34.4.1.8
using Oracle Enterprise Manager, 34.3
xdbconfig.xml configuration file, 34.4
constraining inheritance, ACLs
definition, 27.5.4
constraints on XMLType data, 6.8.2
repetitive XML elements, 8.2
contains SQL function, 5.2.3.2
contains XPath function (Oracle), 11.5
content of a resource
definition, 21.2.1
Content Repository API for Java
See JCR
content-management application
definition, 23.1
Contents element, 21.3
copy-based schema evolution, 9.2
copyEvolve PL/SQL procedure, 9
Create event, repository, 30.2
CREATE TABLE statement
XMLType storage as CLOB, 6.8.1.2
createXML() XMLType method, 12.1.1.3, 14.2.1
CTXCAT index, 11.4.5.1
CTXRULE index, 11.4.5.1
CURSOR_SHARING
setting to FORCE to enable XPath rewrite, 8.11.1
custom privilege
definition, 27.1.3
cyclical dependencies
XML schemas, 8.9

D

database role
definition, 27.1.1
database user
definition, 27.1.1
data-centric use of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
date
format conversions for XML, 7.5.1.8
mapping to SQL, 6.12.4
dav namespace prefix, 27.4.1
DAV: namespace, 27.4.1
DAV::dav
default security class, 27.3.1
DAV::dav security class, 27.4.1
DBMS_METADATA PL/SQL package, 20.3.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB PL/SQL package, 26.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB_ADMIN PL/SQL package
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB_VERSION PL/SQL package, 24
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDBT PL/SQL package, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDBZ PL/SQL package, 29.7
disable_hierarchy procedure, 3.16.4.1
enable_hierarchy procedure, 27.8
is_hierarchy_enabled function, 29.7
purgeLDAPCache procedure, 27.7
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XEVENT PL/SQL package
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLDOM PL/SQL package, 12.2
examples, 12.2.12
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLGEN PL/SQL package, 17.3
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLINDEX PL/SQL package
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLPARSER PL/SQL package, 12.3
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLQUERY PL/SQL package, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLSAVE PL/SQL package, 13.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLSCHEMA PL/SQL package, 6.3
copyEvolve procedure, 9
deleteSchema procedure, 6.3.12
generateSchema and generateSchemas functions, 8.1
inPlaceEvolve procedure, 9
mapping types, 6.12, 6.13
purgeSchema procedure, 6.3.12.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2
registerSchema procedure, 6.3.1, 8.10.3
enableHierarchy parameter, 29.2
DBMS_XMLSTORE PL/SQL package, 13
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XSLPROCESSOR PL/SQL package, 12.4
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBUri
definition, 20.3
generating using sys_DburiGen SQL function, 20.8
identifying a row, 20.6.4.2
identifying a target column, 20.6.4.3
retrieving column text value, 20.6.4.4
retrieving the whole table, 20.6.4
security, 20.9.2
servlet, installation, 20.9.1
DBUri-refs, 20.6
HTTP access, 20.9
DBUriServlet
definition, 20.9
DBURIType
definition, 20.3
debugging
XML schema registration, 6.3.6
default security class
definition, 27.3.1
default tables
creating during XML schema registration, 6.3.8
defaultTable attribute, 6.3.8, 6.9.1
Delete event, repository, 30.2
deleteSchema PL/SQL procedure, 6.3.12
deleteXML PL/SQL function, 13.1
deleteXML SQL function, 4.2.12
XPath rewrite, 7.7.6
deleting
resource, 25.3.2
XML schema using DBMS_XMLSCHEMA, 6.3.12
depth SQL function, 25.2.4
directory
See folder
disable_hierarchy PL/SQL procedure, 3.16.4.1
document (DOM)
definition, 12.2.8
document link
definition, 21.3.4.1, 23.2.1
obtaining information about, 23.6
document location hint
definition, 3.7.6
Document Object Model
See DOM
document order
existsNode SQL function, 7.7.1
extract SQL function, 7.7.3
XPath rewrite with collection, 7.5.1.4
Document Type Definition
See DTD
document view serialization, JCR
definition, 31.2.3
DOCUMENT_LINKS public view, 23.6
document-centric use of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
document-correlated recursive query
definition, 8.10, 8.10
DOM
difference from SAX, 12.2.1.3
document
definition, 12.2.8
fidelity, 6.6, 6.6
for XML schema mapping, 12.2.5.1
SYS_XDBPD$ attribute, 6.6.2
using SQL function updateXML, 4.2.3.3
Java API for XMLType, 14.1
NamedNodeMap object, 12.2.10
NodeList object, 12.2.10
overview, 12.2.1
PL/SQL API for XMLType, 12.2
DOM fidelity
definition, 6.6.1
DTD
definition, 6.2.2
support in Oracle XML DB, 6.2.2
use with Oracle XML DB, 6.2
dynamic type-checking
XQuery language, 18.9

E

elementFormDefault, 7.5.1.7
elements
any (XML Schema), 21.3
Contents, Resource index, 21.3
XDBBinary, 21.5.1.3
enable_hierarchy PL/SQL procedure, 27.8, 27.8
enableHierarchy parameter, DBMS_XMLSCHEMA.registerSchema, 29.2
Enterprise Manager
administering Oracle XML DB, 34.3
equals_path SQL function, 25.2.2
event
repository, 30
configuring, 30.5
predefined, 30.2
event handler, repository
definition, 30.1.3
event listener, repository
definition, 30.1.3
evolution, XML schema, 9
existsNode SQL function, 4.1.3.2
dequeuing messages, 2.8.1
XPath rewrite, 7.7.1
EXPLAIN PLAN
using to tune XPath rewrite, 3.16.1
extended XLink link
definition, 23.2.2
extending inheritance, ACLs
definition, 27.5.4
extract SQL function, 4.1.3.3
dequeuing messages, 2.8.1
XPath rewrite, 7.7.3, 7.7.3.1
extracting data from XML, 4.1.4
extractValue SQL function, 4.1.3.5
XPath rewrite, 7.7.2

F

fidelity
DOM, 6.6
for XML schema mapping, 12.2.5.1
SYS_XDBPD$ attribute, 6.6.2
using SQL function updateXML, 4.2.3.3
FLWOR XQuery expression, 18.2.3
folder
definition, 21.2.1, 21.2.1
folder link
definition, 21.3.4.1
foldering, 21.1
folder-restricted query
definition, 3.19.13.2
fragment, XML
definition, 3.11.5
SQL operations on, 3.11.5
fragments, XML
mapping to LOBs, 8.6
freeDocument PL/SQL procedure, 12.2.12
freeing a DOMdocument instance, 12.2.12
freeing a temporary CLOB value, 4.1.2
FROM list order
XMLTable PASSING clause, 18.7.4
FTP
configuration parameters, 28.2.1
creating default tables, 6.3.8
protocol server, features, 28.3
fully qualified XML schema URLs, 8.5
functional evaluation
definition, 3.15
function-based index, 5.3.1, 5.3.2
functions
PL/SQL
deleteXML, 13.1
generateSchema and generateSchemas, 8.1
insertXML, 13.1
is_hierarchy_enabled, 29.7
isSchemaValid, 10.3.5
isSchemaValidated, 10.3.3
updateXML, 13.1
XMLIsValid, 10.3.1
SQL
appendChildXML, 4.2.11
contains, 5.2.3.2
deleteXML, 4.2.12
depth, 25.2.4
equals_path, 25.2.2
existsNode, 4.1.3.2
extract, 4.1.3.3
extractValue, 4.1.3.5
insertChildXML, 4.2.6
insertChildXMLafter, 4.2.8
insertChildXMLbefore, 4.2.7
insertXMLafter, 4.2.10
insertXMLbefore, 4.2.9
MULTISET and sys_XMLGen, 17.4.1
path, 25.2.3
sys_checkACL, 3.16.4.1
sys_DburiGen, 20.8
sys_XMLAgg, 17.5
sys_XMLGen, 17.4
under_path, 25.2.1
updateXML, 4.2.3
updating XML data, 4.2
XMLAgg, 17.2.5
XMLAttributes, 17.2.1
XMLCast, 4.1.3.4
XMLCDATA, 17.2.12
XMLColAttVal, 17.2.11
XMLComment, 17.2.7
XMLConcat, 17.2.4
XMLElement, 17.2.1
XMLExists, 4.1.3.1
XMLForest, 17.2.2
XMLParse, 17.2.10
XMLPI, 17.2.6
XMLQuery, 18.3, 18.3.1
XMLRoot, 17.2.8
XMLSequence, 17.2.3
XMLSerialize, 17.2.9
XMLTable, 18.3, 18.3.2
XMLtransform, 10.1.1

G

gatherRepositoryStats PL/SQL procedure, 26.2
generateSchema and generateSchemas PL/SQL functions, 8.1
generating XML, 17
DBMS_XMLGEN PL/SQL package, 17.3
DBMS_XMLSCHEMA PL/SQL package, 8.1
generateSchema and generateSchemas PL/SQL functions, 8.1
SQL functions, 17.1.2
sys_XMLAgg SQL function, 17.5
sys_XMLGen SQL function, 17.4
XML schemas, 8.1
XML SQL Utility (XSU), 17.7
XMLAgg SQL function, 17.2.5
XMLAttributes SQL function, 17.2.1
XMLCDATA SQL function, 17.2.12
XMLColAttVal SQL function, 17.2.11
XMLComment SQL function, 17.2.7
XMLConcat SQL function, 17.2.4
XMLElement SQL function, 17.2.1
XMLForest SQL function, 17.2.2
XMLParse SQL function, 17.2.10
XMLPI SQL function, 17.2.6
XMLRoot SQL function, 17.2.8
XMLSequence SQL function, 17.2.3
XMLSerialize SQL function, 17.2.9
XSQL Pages Publishing Framework, 17.6
getBLOBVal() XMLType method, 4.1.2, 12.1.1.3, 14.2.1.1
getCLOB() XMLType method, 14.3
getCLOBVal() XMLType method, 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
freeing temporary CLOB value, 4.1.2
getNamespace() XMLType method, 6.4
getNumberVal() XMLType method, 4.1.2
getObject() XMLType method, 14.2.1.1
getOPAQUE() XMLType method, 14.2.1.1
getRootElement SQL function, 6.4
getRootElement() XMLType method, 6.4
getSchemaURL() XMLType method, 6.4
getStringVal() XMLType method, 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
getting JCR repository objects, 31.3.2
global element declaration, 31.4.3.4
global XML schema
definition, 6.5.2
using fully qualified URL to override, 8.5

H

hard link
definition, 21.3.4.2
JCR, 31.2.6
hierarchical repository index, 3.19.14
hierarchy-enabled table
definition, 27.8
HTTP
access for DBUri-refs, 20.9
accessing Java servlet or XMLType, 32.2.1
accessing repository resources, 21.5.1.2
configuration parameters, WebDAV, 28.2.1
creating default tables, 6.3.8
improved performance, 28.1.1
Oracle XML DB servlets, 32.5
protocol server, features, 28.4
requests, 32.5
servlets, 32.3
URIFACTORY, 20.9.3
using UriRefs to store pointers, 20.3
HTTPUri
definition, 20.3
HTTPURIType
definition, 20.3
hub-and-spoke architecture, enabled by AQ, 37.1.2
hybrid storage
definition, 5.2.1.2
hybrid storage of XML data
definition, 1.3.3

I

IDAP
architecture, 37.5
transmitted over Internet, 37.4
IMPORT/EXPORT
in XML DB, 36.6
index
hierarchical repository, 3.19.14
indexing
CTXCAT, 11.4.5.1
CTXRULE, 11.4.5.1
function-based, 5.3.1, 5.3.2
options for XMLType, 3.1.2
Oracle Text, 1.5, 5.5, 11
XMLType, 5.2
index-organized table (IOT)
definition, 3.7.4
inheritance
XML schema, restrictions in complexTypes, 8.7.1
in-place schema evolution, 9.3
inPlaceEvolve PL/SQL procedure, 9
insertChildXML SQL function, 4.2.6
XPath rewrite, 7.7.6
insertChildXMLafter SQL function, 4.2.8
insertChildXMLbefore SQL function, 4.2.7
insertXML PL/SQL function, 13.1
insertXML() XMLType method, 14.3
insertXMLafter SQL function, 4.2.10
insertXMLbefore SQL function, 4.2.9
installing Oracle XML DB, 34.1
instance document
definition, 1.3.2
specifying root element namespace, 6.1
instance, XML-Schema data type
definition, 8.8
instanceof XPath function (Oracle), 8.8.2
instanceof-only XPath function (Oracle), 8.8.1
Internet Data Access Presentation (IDAP)
SOAP specification for AQ, 37.4
IOT
definition, 3.7.4
is_hierarchy_enabled PL/SQL function, 29.7
isSchemaBased() XMLType method, 6.4
isSchemaValid PL/SQL function, 10.3.5
isSchemaValid() XMLType method, 6.4
isSchemaValidated PL/SQL function, 10.3.3
isSchemaValidated() XMLType method, 6.4

J

Java
connections, thick and thin, 14.4
DOM API for XMLType, 14.1
Oracle XML DB applications, 32.1
oracle.xml.parser.v2, 14.1
Java Content Repository API
See JCR
JCR
compliance levels supported, 31.3.6
document view serialization
definition, 31.2.3
files and folders, exposure, 31.2.1
getPath method, 31.2.6
hard link, 31.2.6
logging, 31.3.5
Oracle XML DB Repository exposure, 31.2
overview, 31.1.1
restrictions for Oracle XML DB Content Connector, 31.3.7
weak link, 31.2.6
XML schemas, 31.4
JCR node types
mapped to global element declaration, 31.4.3.4
mapping to XML Schema built-in types, 31.4.3.1
mapping to XML Schema simple types, 31.4.3.2, 31.4.3.3
nt:file, 31.2
nt:folder, 31.2
Oracle extensions, 31.2.2
JCR nodes types
generated from XML schemas, 31.4.3
jcr:content, 31.2.5
jcr:data property, 31.2.3
JDBC
accessing XML documents, 14.2.1.1
drivers, thick and thin, 14.2.2
loading large XML documents, 14.3
manipulating XML documents, 14.2.2
JSR-170
See JCR 1.0

L

large node handling, 12.2.13
lazy XML loading (lazy manifestation), 12.1.1.1
lightweight role
See Oracle Fusion role
lightweight user
See Oracle Fusion user
link
document
definition, 21.3.4.1
folder
definition, 21.3.4.1
hard
definition, 21.3.4.2
repository
definition, 21.3.4.1
weak
definition, 21.3.4.2
link name
definition, 21.2.1
LinkIn event, repository, 30.2
linking, repository
definition, 3.19.13.1
link-properties document
definition, 3.19.13.1
LinkTo event, repository, 30.2
loading
large documents with collections, 8.12
loading large XML documents using JDBC, 14.3
loading of XML data, lazy, 12.1.1.1
LOBs
mapping XML fragments to, 8.6
local XML schema
definition, 6.5.1
using fully qualified URL to specify, 8.5
Lock event, repository, 30.2

M

maintainDOM attribute, 6.6.2, 6.9.1, 7.7.1.2
maintainOrder attribute, 6.9.3
manifestation, lazy, 12.1.1.1
mapping
collection predicates, 7.5.1.3
complexType any and anyAttributes declarations, 8.7.3
complexType to SQL, 6.12.5
out-of-line storage, 8.3
overriding using SQLType attribute, 6.12.3.1
predicates (XPath), 7.5.1.3
scalar nodes, 7.5.1.2
simpleContent to object types, 8.7.2
simpleType to SQL, 6.12.4
type information, setting, 6.12.3
matches XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.2
maxOccurs attribute, 6.9.3
metadata
definition, 29.1
system-defined
definition, 1.2.5
user-defined
definition, 1.2.5
methods
XMLType
createXML(), 12.1.1.3, 14.2.1
getBLOBVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
getCLOB(), 14.3
getCLOBVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
getNamespace(), 6.4
getNumberVal(), 4.1.2
getObject(), 14.2.1.1
getOPAQUE(), 14.2.1.1
getRootElement(), 6.4
getSchemaURL(), 6.4
getStringVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
insertXML(), 14.3
isSchemaBased(), 6.4
isSchemaValid(), 6.4
isSchemaValidated(), 6.4
schemaValidate(), 6.4
setObject(), 14.2.2
setOPAQUE(), 14.2.2
setSchemaValidated(), 6.4
writeToStream(), 21.5.1.5
XML schema, 6.4
MIME
overriding with DBUri servlet, 20.9
mix:referenceable, 31.2.3
mixed XML content
definition, 1.3.3
MULTISET SQL function
use with sys_XMLGen selects, 17.4.1

N

NamedNodeMap object (DOM), 12.2.10
namespace
in XPath, 7.5.1.7
prefixes
dav, 27.4.1
ocjr, 31.2.2
URL for XML schema, 6.1
XQuery, 18.5, 18.7.5
naming SQL objects, 6.9
navigational access to repository resources, 21.5
nested XML
generating using DBMS_XMLGEN, 17.3.3
generating with XMLElement, 17.2.1.3
nested XMLAgg functions and XSQL, 17.6
NESTED_TABLE_ID pseudocolumn, 3.7.7
newDOMDocument() function, 12.2.9
NO_XML_QUERY_REWRITE optimizer hint, 5.4.8
NO_XMLINDEX_REWRITE optimizer hint, 5.4.8
NO_XMLINDEX_REWRITE_IN_SELECT optimizer hint, 5.4.8
node_exists pseudofunction, 7.5.1.9
NodeList object (DOM), 12.2.10
nodes, large (DBMS_XMLDOM), 12.2.13
nodes, large (Java), 14.6
non-schema-based view
definition, 19.1
nt:file JCR node type, 31.2
nt:folder, 31.2
nt:folder JCR node type, 31.2
NULL
XPath mapping to, 7.5.1.6

O

object identifier
definition, 27.5
OBJECT_ID column of XDB$ACL table, 27.5
object-based persistence of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
object-relational storage of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
occurrence indicator
definition, 18.2.2
OCI API for XML, 15
ocjr namespace prefix, 31.2.2
OCT
definition, 3.7.4
ODP.NET, 16
OID
See object identifier
ojcr:folder, 31.2.3
operator
See functions, SQL
optimizer hints, 5.4.8
optimizing repository queries, 26.2
ora:contains XPath function (Oracle), 11.5
policy
definition, 11.5.4
ora:instanceof XPath function (Oracle), 8.8.2
ora:instanceof-only XPath function (Oracle), 8.8.1
ora:matches XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.2
ora:replace XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.3
ora:sqrt XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.4
ora:view XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.5
Oracle Data Provider for .NET, 16
Oracle Enterprise Manager
administering Oracle XML DB, 34.3
Oracle extensions to JCR node types, 31.2.2
Oracle Fusion role
definition, 27.1.1
Oracle Fusion user
definition, 27.1.1
Oracle Internet Directory, 27.9
Oracle Net Services, 1.2.1
Oracle Text
contains SQL function and XMLType, 5.2.3.2
index, 1.5, 5.5, 11
searching for resources, 25.6
searching XML in CLOB instances, 1.5
Oracle XML DB
access models, 2.6
advanced queueing, 1.5
architecture, 1.2
features, 1.3
installation, 34.1
introducing, 1.1
Java applications, 32.1
Repository
See repository
upgrading, 34.2
versioning, 24
when to use, 2.2
Oracle XML DB Content Connector, 31
how to use, 31.3
logging API, 31.3.5
overview, 31.1.2
restrictions, 31.3.7
sample code to upload file, 31.3.3
See also JCR
OracleRepository, 31.3.2
oracle.xdb.XMLType Java class, 14.1, 14.4.1.1
oracle.xml.parser.v2 Java package, 14.1
order index of XMLIndex
definition, 5.4.3
ordered collection
definition, 3.7.4
ordered collection table (OCT)
definition, 3.7.4
ordered collections in tables (OCTs)
default storage of varray, 6.12.5
out-of-line storage, 8.3
collections, 8.4
XPath rewrite, 8.3.1

P

parent ACL
definition, 27.5.4
partial update of XML data
definition, 4.2.2
partial validation of XML data
definition, 3.9.1.1
PASSING clause of XMLTable
FROM list order, 18.7.4
path component of a resource path name
definition, 21.2.1
path index of XMLIndex
definition, 5.4.3
path name
definition, 21.2.1
resolution, 21.3.2
path SQL function, 25.2.3
path table of XMLIndex, 5.4.3
PATH_VIEW, 25
path-based access to repository resources, 21.5
path-index trigger
definition, 27.8
PD (positional descriptor), 6.6.2
persistence models of XML data, 1.3.3
PL/SQL functions
See functions, PL/SQL
PL/SQL packages
DBMS_METADATA, 20.3.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB, 26.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB_ADMIN
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDB_VERSION, 24
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDBT, 1.2.2
DBMS_XDBZ, 27.8, 29.7
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XEVENT
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLDOM, 12.2
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLGEN, 17.3
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLINDEX
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLPARSER, 12.3
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLQUERY, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLSAVE, 13.1
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XMLSCHEMA
reference documentation, 1.2.2
See DBMS_XMLSCHEMA PL/SQL package
DBMS_XMLSTORE, 13
reference documentation, 1.2.2
DBMS_XSLPROCESSOR, 12.4
reference documentation, 1.2.2
for XMLType, 12.1
PL/SQL procedures
See procedures, PL/SQL
point-to-point
support in AQ, 37
policy for ora:contains XPath function (Oracle)
definition, 11.5.4
ports
configuring
FTP, 28.2.1
HTTP, 28.2.1
HTTPS, 28.2.2
positional descriptor (PD), 6.6.2
post-parse persistence of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
predefined ACLs, 27.5.1
predicates, XPath
mapping to SQL, 7.5.1.3
collection, 7.5.1.3
preference, Oracle Text indexing
definition, 11.4.5.1
pretty-printing, 17.2.9
in book examples, Preface
not done by SQL/XML functions, 3.17
Web service output, 33.3
principal
definition, 27.1.1, 27.1.1
PrincipalSecurityClass security class, 27.4.2
private (local) XML schema, definition, 6.5
privilege
definition, 27.1.2
procedures
PL/SQL
closeContext, 13.2
copyEvolve, 9
disable_hierarchy, 3.16.4.1
enable_hierarchy, 27.8, 27.8
freeDocument, 12.2.12
gatherRepositoryStats, 26.2
inPlaceEvolve, 9
processXSL, 12.4.3
purgeLDAPCache, 27.7
registerSchema, 6.3.1
schemaValidate, 10.3.2
setKeyColumn, 13.2
setSchemaValidated, 10.3.4
setUpdateColumn, 13.2
processXSL PL/SQL procedure, 12.4.3
protocol server, 28.1
architecture, 28.1.1
configuration parameters, 28.2.1
event-based logging, 28.2.5
FTP, 28.3
configuration parameters, 28.2.1
HTTP, 28.4
configuration parameters, 28.2.1
WebDAV, 28.5
configuration parameters, 28.2.1
protocols, access to repository resources, 21.5.1
public (global) XML schema, definition, 6.5
publish/subscribe
support in AQ, 37
purchase-order XML document, 4.1.3.3
used in full-text examples, 11.7.1
purchase-order XML schema, 3.6.4.1
annotated, 3.7.5, A.6
graphical representation, 3.6.4.2
revised, 9.2.1, A.6
purgeLDAPCache PL/SQL procedure, 27.7
purgeSchema PL/SQL procedure, 6.3.12.1

Q

qualified XML schema URLs, 8.5
query-based access to resources
using RESOURCE_VIEW and PATH_VIEW, 25.1
using SQL, 21.6
querying XMLType data
choices, 4.1
transient data, 4.1.4

R

RAC
updating xdbconfig.xml, 34.4
recursive schema support, 8.10
REF reference attribute, 8.3, 8.9.2
REGISTER_AUTO_OOL option for XML schema registration, 3.7.6.2, 6.3.1
REGISTER_NT_AS_IOT option for XML schema registration, 3.7.4, 3.7.4, 6.3.1
registered XML schemas, list of, 6.3.11
registering an XML schema, 6.3.1
debugging, 6.3.6
default tables, creating, 6.3.8
SQL object types, creating, 6.3.7
registerSchema PL/SQL procedure, 6.3.1
renaming an XMLIndex index, 5.4.5
Render event, repository, 30.2
replace XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.3
repository, 21.2
access by anonymous user, 28.2.1
data storage, 21.3.1
event, 30
configuring, 30.5
predefined, 30.2
event handler
definition, 30.1.3
event listener
definition, 30.1.3
hierarchical index, 3.19.14
resource
See resource
use with XQuery, 18.7.2
repository link
definition, 21.3.4.1
repository objects, 31.3.2
resource
access, 21.4
using protocols, 28.2.3
definition, 1.2.5, 29.1
deleting, 21.3.4.2
nonempty container, 25.3.2.1
using DELETE, 25.3.2
managing with DBMS_XDB, 26.2
required privileges for operations, 27.2
searching for, using Oracle Text, 25.6
setting property in ACLs, 27.6
simultaneous operations, 25.4
updating, 25.3.3
resource configuration file
definition, 22.1
resource configuration list
definition, 22.1
resource content
definition, 21.2.1
resource document
definition, 3.19.7
resource id
new version, 24.2.2
resource name
definition, 21.2.1
RESOURCE_VIEW
explained, 25
resource-view-cache-size configuration parameter, 25.5
retrieving large documents with collections, 8.12
rewrite
XPath (XPath), 7
XQuery, 18.8
role
definition, 27.1.1
role set
definition, 27.1.1.2
role XDB_SET_INVOKER, 30.5.1
role XDBADMIN, 5.4.10.1, 5.4.10.4, 6.5.2, 22.1, 27.5.1, 30.5, 30.5, 30.5.1
root XML Schema
definition, 6.3.5

S

scalar nodes, mapping, 7.5.1.2
scalar value
converting to XML document using sys_XMLGen, 17.4.1
schema evolution, 9
copy-based, 9.2
in-place, 9.3
schema location hint
definition, 3.7.6
schemaValidate PL/SQL procedure, 10.3.2
schemaValidate() XMLType method, 6.4
searching CLOB instances, 1.5
security
DBUri, 20.9.2
security class
DAV::dav, 27.4.1
definition, 27.1.3
PrincipalSecurityClass, 27.4.2
semi-structured XML data
definition, 1.3.3
servlets
accessing repository data, 21.7
APIs, 32.8
configuring, 32.4
installing, 32.9.1
session pooling, 32.6, 32.6
testing, 32.9.3
writing, 32.9
in Java, 32.3
XML manipulation, 32.2.3
session pooling, 32.6
protocol server, 28.1.1
setKeyColumn PL/SQL procedure, 13.2
setObject() XMLType method, 14.2.2
setOPAQUE() XMLType method, 14.2.2
setSchemaValidated PL/SQL procedure, 10.3.4
setSchemaValidated() XMLType method, 6.4
setUpdateColumn PL/SQL procedure, 13.2
simple XLink link
definition, 23.2.2
simpleContent
mapping to object types, 8.7.2
simpleType
mapping to SQL, 6.12.4
SOAP, 33.1
access through Advanced Queueing, 1.2.1
IDAP, 37.4
SQL function
See functions, SQL
SQL functions
getRootElement, 6.4
See functions, SQL
SQL object types
creating during XML schema registration, 6.3.7
SQL operator
See functions, SQL
SQL*Loader, 35.2
SQL*Plus
XQUERY command, 18.10
SQLCollType attribute, 6.9.1
SQLInline attribute, 8.3
SQLJ, 14.4.1.1
SQLName attribute, 6.9.1
SQLSchema attribute, 6.3.7
SQLType attribute, 6.9.1, 8.6
SQL/XML standard, 3.17
generating XML data, 17.2
sqrt XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.4
standard metadata, 31.2.4
static type-checking
XQuery language, 18.9
storage
out of line, 8.3
collections, 8.4
XMLType, CREATE TABLE, 6.8.1.2
storage models of XML data, 1.3.3
storeVarrayAsTable attribute, 6.9.1, 6.9.1
string, XML
mapping to VARCHAR2, 6.12.4.2
structured storage of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
style sheet for updating existing XML instance documents, 9.2.5
subtype of an XML-Schema data type
definition, 8.8
sys_checkACL SQL function, 3.16.4.1
sys_DburiGen SQL function, 20.8
inserting database references, 20.8.2
retrieving object URLs, 20.8.2, 20.8.2
returning partial results, 20.8.2
use with text node test, 20.8.1
SYS_NC_ARRAY_INDEX$ column, 3.7.7
SYS_XDBPD$ attribute, 6.6.2, 7.7.1.2
XPath rewrite, 7.5
sys_XMLAgg SQL function, 17.5
sys_XMLGen SQL function, 17.4
converting a UDT to XML, 17.4.1
converting XMLType instances, 17.4.1
object views, 17.4.1
XMLFormat attributes, 17.4.1
XMLGenFormatType object, 17.4.1
SYSAUX tablespace, 34.1.1
system ACL
definition, 27.5.1
system ACLs, 27.5.1
system privilege
definition, 27.1.3
system-defined metadata
definition, 1.2.5

T

tableProps attribute, 6.3.8
tablespace
SYSAUX, 34.1.1
temporary CLOB value, freeing, 4.1.2
text-based persistence of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
third-party XLink link
definition, 23.2.2
trigger, path-index
definition, 27.8
type, ACL
definition, 27.3.1
type-checking, static and dynamic
XQuery language, 18.9

U

UDT
generating an element from, 17.2.1.3
UncheckOut event, repository, 30.2
under_path SQL function, 25.2.1
unique constraint on parent element of an attribute, 8.2
UnLinkIn event, repository, 30.2
Unlock event, repository, 30.2
unresolved XLink and XInclude links, 23.7.1
unstructured storage of XML data
definition, 1.3.3
Update event, repository, 30.2
updateXML PL/SQL function, 13.1
updateXML SQL function, 4.2.3
mapping NULL values, 4.2.3.1
XPath rewrite, 7.7.5
updating repository resource, 25.3.3
updating XML data
partial update
definition, 4.2.2
to create XML views with different data, 4.2.5
updating same node more than once, 4.2.3.2
using SQL functions, 4.2
optimization, 4.2.4
upgrading Oracle XML DB, 34.2
URIFACTORY PL/SQL package
configuring to handle DBURI-ref, 20.9.3
creating subtypes of URIType, 20.7
Uri-reference
database and session, 20.6.3
DBUri-ref, 20.6
HTTP access for DBUri-ref, 20.9
URIFACTORY PL/SQL package, 20.7
URIType examples, 20.4
URIType
examples, 20.4
user
definition, 27.1.1
user XDB, 2.1, 3.19.1, 3.19.7, 25.5, 25.6, 26.2, 27.5, 36.6.1, 36.6.1
user-defined metadata, 31.2.5
definition, 1.2.5

V

validating
examples, 10.4
isSchemaValid PL/SQL function, 10.3.5
isSchemaValidated PL/SQL function, 10.3.3
schemaValidate PL/SQL procedure, 10.3.2
setSchemaValidated PL/SQL procedure, 10.3.4
XMLIsValid PL/SQL function, 10.3.1
validation of XML data, partial
definition, 3.9.1.1
value index of XMLIndex
definition, 5.4.3
varray in a LOB
definition, 3.7.4
varray in a table
definition, 3.7.4
VCR
See version-controlled resource
VersionControl event, repository, 30.2
version-controlled resource (VCR), 24.2, 24.2.3
access control and security, 24.3
definition, 24.1.2
versioning, 1.2.5.2, 24
view XQuery function (Oracle), 18.6.5
views
RESOURCE and PATH, 25

W

weak link
definition, 21.3.4.2
deletion, 23.7.1
JCR, 31.2.6
Web service, 33.1
pretty-printing output, 33.3
WebDAV protocol server, 28.5
WebFolder
creating in Windows 2000, 28.5.3
well-formed XML document
definition, 3.9
writeToStream() XMLType method, 21.5.1.5
WSDL
Web service for accessing stored PL/SQL, 33.4
Web service for database queries, 33.3

X

XDB database schema (user account), 2.1, 3.19.1, 3.19.7, 25.5, 25.6, 26.2, 27.5, 36.6.1, 36.6.1
XDB$ACL table, 27.5
XDB_SET_INVOKER role, 30.5.1
XDBADMIN role, 5.4.10.1, 5.4.10.4, 6.5.2, 22.1, 27.5.1, 27.5.1, 30.5, 30.5, 30.5.1
XDBBinary element, 21.5.1.3
definition, 21.2.1
xdbconfig.xml configuration file, 34.4
xdbcore parameters, 8.12.1
xdbcore-loadableunit-size configuration parameter, 8.12, 25.5
xdbcore-xobmem-bound configuration parameter, 8.12, 25.5
XDBUri, 20.3.1
definition, 20.3, 20.5
XDBURIType
definition, 20.3
using constructor to expand compound documents (XInclude), 23.5.1, 23.5.1
XInclude, 23, 23
definition, 23.1
unresolved link, 23.7.1
XLink, 23, 23
complex link
definition, 23.2.2
definition, 23.1
extended link
definition, 23.2.2
link types, 23.2.2
simple link
definition, 23.2.2
third-party link
definition, 23.2.2
unresolved link, 23.7.1
XML
binary data types, 6.12.4
fragments, mapping to LOBs, 8.6
primitive data types, 6.12.4
numeric, 6.12.4
XML DB Repository exposed in JCR, 31.2
XML fragment
definition, 3.11.5
SQL operations on, 3.11.5
XML Object (XOB), 2.10.2
XML publishing functions, SQL/XML, 17.2
XML Schema
definition, Preface
XML schema
annotations, 3.7.3, 6.9
querying to obtain, 6.10
circular dependencies, 8.9
complexType declarations, 8.7.1
cyclical dependencies, 8.9
definition, 6.1
definition (instance document), 1.3.2
deleteXML SQL function
XPath rewrite, 7.7.6
deleting, 6.3.12
elementFormDefault, 7.5.1.7
evolution, 9
for XML schemas, 6.3.5
generating from object-relational type, 8.1
guidelines for use with Oracle XML DB, 8.11
inheritance in, complexType restrictions, 8.7.1
local and global, 6.5
managing and storing, 6.3.5
mapping to SQL object types, 12.2.5
Oracle XML DB, 6.2
registering, 6.3.1, 6.3.1
registration for use with JCR, 31.4.1
updateXML SQL function
XPath rewrite, 7.7.5, 7.7.6
updating after registering, 9
URLs, 8.5
W3C Recommendation, 3.6, 6
XMLType methods, 6.4
XML Schema built-in types
mapping to JCR node types, 31.4.3.1
XML schema evolution
backward-compatible evolution
definition, 9.3.1
XML Schema global element declaration, 31.4.3.4
XML Schema simple types
mapping to JCR node types, 31.4.3.2, 31.4.3.3
XML schema-based tables and columns, creating, 6.8
XML schema-based view
definition, 19.1
XML schemas
generating JCR node types, 31.4.3
use with JCR, 31.4
XML SQL Utility (XSU), generating XML, 17.7
XML string
mapping to VARCHAR2, 6.12.4.2
XML_DB_EVENTS parameter, 30.5
XMLAgg SQL function, 17.2.5
XMLAttributes SQL function, 17.2.1
XMLCast SQL function, 4.1.3.4
XMLCDATA SQL function, 17.2.12
XMLColAttVal SQL function, 17.2.11
XMLComment SQL function, 17.2.7
XMLConcat SQL function, 17.2.4
XMLDATA
column, 7.5.1.2
optimizing updates, 7.7
pseudo-attribute of XMLType, 7.1, 8.9.2.1
XMLElement SQL function, 17.2.1
XMLExists SQL function, 4.1.3.1
XMLForest SQL function, 17.2.2
XMLFormat
XMLAgg, 17.2.5
XMLFormat object type
sys_XMLGen
XMLFormatType object, 17.4.1
XMLGenFormatType object, 17.4.1
XMLIndex
creating index, 5.4.5
dropping index, 5.4.5
order index
definition, 5.4.3
path index
definition, 5.4.3
path table, 5.4.3
renaming index, 5.4.5
value index
definition, 5.4.3
XMLIsValid PL/SQL function, 10.3.1
XMLParse SQL function, 17.2.10
XMLPI SQL function, 17.2.6
XMLQuery SQL function, 18.3, 18.3.1
XMLRoot SQL function, 17.2.8
XMLSequence SQL function, 17.2.3
XMLSerialize SQL function, 17.2.9
XMLTable SQL function, 18.3, 18.3.2
breaking up an XML fragment, 3.11.5
breaking up multiple levels of XML data, 3.12.2
PASSING clause and FROM list order, 18.7.4
XMLtransform SQL function, 10.1.1
XMLType
as abstract data type, 1.3.3
benefits, 3.1.2
constructors, 3.4.1
contains SQL function, 5.2.3.2
CREATE TABLE statement, 6.8.1.2
DBMS_XMLDOM PL/SQL API, 12.2
DBMS_XMLPARSER PL/SQL API, 12.3
DBMS_XSLPROCESSOR PL/SQL API, 12.4
definition, 1.3.1
extracting data, 4.1.4
indexing columns, 5.2
instances, PL/SQL APIs, 12.1
loading data, 35.1
loading with SQL*Loader, 35.2
methods
createXML(), 12.1.1.3, 14.2.1
getBLOBVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
getCLOB(), 14.3
getCLOBVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
getNamespace(), 6.4
getNumberVal(), 4.1.2
getObject(), 14.2.1.1
getOPAQUE(), 14.2.1.1
getRootElement(), 6.4
getSchemaURL(), 6.4
getStringVal(), 4.1.2, 14.2.1.1
insertXML(), 14.3
isSchemaBased(), 6.4
isSchemaValid(), 6.4
isSchemaValidated(), 6.4
schemaValidate(), 6.4
setObject(), 14.2.2
setOPAQUE(), 14.2.2
setSchemaValidated(), 6.4
writeToStream(), 21.5.1.5
XML schema, 6.4
PL/SQL packages, 12.1
querying, 4.1
querying transient data, 4.1.4
querying with extractValue and existsNode, 4.1.4
querying XMLType columns, 4.1.4
queue payloads, 37.5.1
storage architecture, 1.2.1
storage models, 1.3.3
table, querying with JDBC, 14.2.1.1
tables, views, columns, 6.8
views, access with PL/SQL DOM APIs, 12.2.6
Xpath support, 5.2
XOB, 2.10.2
XPath
functions
ora:contains (Oracle), 11.5
ora:instanceof (Oracle), 8.8.2
ora:instanceof-only (Oracle), 8.8.1
Oracle extension functions, 8.8
support, 5.2
syntax, 4.1.1
text() node test, 7.5.1.2
XPath rewrite, 7, 7
bind variables, 8.11.1
deleteXML SQL function, 7.7.6
existsNode SQL function, 7.7.1
extract SQL function, 7.7.3.1
extractValue SQL function, 7.7.2
indexes on singleton elements and attributes, 5.3.2.1
insertChildXML SQL function, 7.7.6
mapping types and paths, 7.5.1
out-of-line storage, 8.3.1
setting CURSOR_SHARING to FORCE, 8.11.1
to NULL, 7.5.1.6
updateXML SQL function, 7.7.5
using EXPLAIN PLAN to tune, 3.16.1
XQUERY command, SQL*Plus, 18.10
XQuery language, 18
expressions, 18.2.2
FLWOR, 18.2.3
rewrite, 18.8
functions
ora:contains (Oracle), 18.6.1
ora:matches (Oracle), 18.6.2
ora:replace (Oracle), 18.6.3
ora:sqrt (Oracle), 18.6.4
ora:view (Oracle), 18.6.5
item
definition, 18.2.1
namespaces, 18.5, 18.7.5
optimization, 18.8
Oracle extension functions, 18.6
Oracle XML DB support, 18.12
performance, 18.8
predefined namespaces and prefixes, 18.5
referential transparency
definition, 18.2.1
sequence
definition, 18.2.1
SQL*Plus XQUERY command, 18.10
tuning, 18.8
type-checking, static and dynamic, 18.9
unordered mode
definition, 18.2.1
use with ora:view, 18.7.3
optimization, 18.8.1
use with Oracle XML DB Repository, 18.7.2
use with XMLType relational data, 18.7.4
optimization, 18.8.2
XMLQuery and XMLTable SQL functions, 18.3
examples, 18.7
xsi.noNamespaceSchemaLocation attribute, 6.1
XSL style sheet
definition, 12.4
XSLT
style sheet for updating existing XML instance documents, 9.2.5
style sheets
use with DBUri servlet, 3.20.1, 3.21
use with Oracle XML DB, 3.18
use with package DBMS_XSLPROCESSOR, 12.4.3
XSQL Pages Publishing Framework
generating XML, 17.1.4, 17.6
XSU, generating XML, 17.7