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XDK JavaBeans → visually in a builder tool. A JavaBean is a Java object that conforms to this API. The Oracle XDK JavaBeans … programs or applets. Table 1-2 summarizes the XDK JavaBeans.
XDK Components → You can use the XDK components to perform various types of XML processing. For example, you can
Oracle XDK Reference → Part IV Oracle XDK Reference This part contains the following reference chapters for the XDK … : Chapter 30, \"XSQL Pages Reference\" Chapter 31, \"XDK Standards\" Appendix A, \"Oracle XDK for Java Error Messages\"
31 XDK Standards → This appendix contains the following topics: XML Standards Supported by the XDK Character Sets Supported by the XDK
Installing the XDK → downloaded from Oracle Technology Network (OTN). The Oracle Database CD installs the Oracle XDK by … the XDK demos. This manual presumes that you have access to the XDK demos programs. After installing … should be set up as follows: - Oracle_home_directory | - bin: includes XDK executables | - lib: includes
XDK for Java → Go to main content 6/42 Part I XDK for Java This part contains chapters describing how to use … Oracle XDK in Java development. This part contains the following chapters: Chapter 3, \"Getting Started … with Java XDK Components\" Chapter 2, \" Unified Java API for XML\" Chapter 4, \"XML Parsing for Java … , \"Using the XML Pipeline
Installing C XDK Components → The C XDK components are included with Oracle Database. This chapter assumes that you have … installed XDK with Oracle Database and also installed the demo programs on the Oracle Database Examples … media. Refer to \"Installing the XDK\" for installation instructions and a description of the XDK … directory structure.
10 Using XDK JavaBeans → Go to main content 15/42 10 Using XDK JavaBeans This chapter contains these topics: Introduction to … XDK JavaBeans Using the XDK JavaBeans: Overview Processing XML with the XDK JavaBeans Introduction … to XDK JavaBeans The Oracle XML JavaBeans are a set of XML components that you can use in Java
XDK for C → Part II XDK for C This part contains chapters describing how the Oracle XDK is used for development … in C. This part contains the following chapters: Chapter 16, \"Getting Started with C XDK … \" Chapter 21, \"Determining XML Differences Using C\" Chapter 22, \"Using SOAP with the C XDK\"
Oracle XDK for C++ → Part III Oracle XDK for C++ This part contains chapters that describe how the Oracle XDK is used … Started with C++ XDK Components\" Chapter 24, \"Overview of the Unified C++ Interfaces\" Chapter 25
XDK → See Oracle XML Developer's Kit.
Installing the C++ XDK Components → The C++ XDK components are included with Oracle Database and Oracle Application Server. Refer to … \"Installing the XDK\" for installation instructions. See Also: \"Overview of Oracle XML Developer's Kit (XDK)\" for a list of the C++ XDK components
What's New in the XDK? → What's New contains this topic: Features Introduced in Oracle XML Developer's Kit 11 g Release 1 (11.1)
Character Sets Supported by the XDK → This section contains the following topics: Character Sets Supported by the XDK for Java Character Sets Supported by the XDK for C
Table 31-1 Summary of XML Standards Supported by the XDK → Standard Java C C++ Specification URL DOM 1.0 Full Full Full http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-1 DOM 2.0 Core Full Full Full http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Core DOM 2.0 Events Full Full Full http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Events DOM 2.0 Transversal and Range Full Full Full http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Traversal-Range DOM 3.0 Load and Save Partial Foot 1 None None http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/CR-DOM-Level-3-LS-20031107
XML Standards for the XDK for Java → This section contains the following topics: DOM Standard for the XDK for Java XSLT Standard for the … XDK for Java JAXB Standard for the XDK for Java Pipeline Definition Language Standard for the XDK … for Java DOM Standard for the XDK for Java Note: In Oracle Database 10g Release 2, the Java XDK
XML Standards Supported by the XDK → This section contains the following topics: Summary of XML Standards Supported by the XDK XML Standards for the XDK for Java
Summary of XML Standards Supported by the XDK → Table 31-1 summarizes the standards supported by the XDK Components.
Character Sets Supported by the XDK for C → The XDK parser for C supports over 300 IANA character sets. These character sets include the
Character Sets Supported by the XDK for Java → XML Schema processor for Java supports documents in the following encodings: BIG EBCDIC-CP-* EUC-JP EUC-KR GB2312 ISO-2022-JP ISO-2022-KR ISO-8859-1to -9 ISO-10646-UCS-2 ISO-10646-UCS-4 KOI8-R Shift_JIS US-ASCII UTF-8 UTF-16