|Oracle® XML DB Developer's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)
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11g Release 2 (11.2)
This manual describes Oracle XML DB. It includes guidelines and examples for storing, generating, accessing, searching, validating, transforming, evolving, and indexing XML data in Oracle Database.
Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide, 11g Release 2 (11.2)
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Primary Author: Drew Adams
Contributing Author: Nipun Agarwal, Abhay Agrawal, Omar Alonso, David Anniss, Sandeepan Banerjee, Mark Bauer, Ravinder Booreddy, Stephen Buxton, Yuen Chan, Sivasankaran Chandrasekar, Vincent Chao, Ravindranath Chennoju, Dan Chiba, Mark Drake, Fei Ge, Janis Greenberg, Wenyun He, Shelley Higgins, Thuvan Hoang, Sam Idicula, Namit Jain, Neema Jalali, Deepti Kamal, Bhushan Khaladkar, Viswanathan Krishnamurthy, Muralidhar Krishnaprasad, Geoff Lee, Wesley Lin, Annie Liu, Anand Manikutty, Jack Melnick, Nicolas Montoya, Steve Muench, Chuck Murray, Ravi Murthy, Eric Paapanen, Syam Pannala, John Russell, Eric Sedlar, Vipul Shah, Cathy Shea, Asha Tarachandani, Tarvinder Singh, Simon Slack, Muralidhar Subramanian, Asha Tarachandani, Priya Vennapusa, James Warner
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