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Contents → In Oracle XML DB? Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) New Features in Oracle XML DB Part I Oracle … XML DB Basics 1 Introduction to Oracle XML DB Features of Oracle XML DB Oracle XML DB Architecture … XMLType Storage APIs for XML Catalog Views Related to XML
Contents → What's New in the XDK? Features Introduced in Oracle XML Developer's Kit 11 g Release 1 (11.1) 1 … Introduction to Oracle XML Developer's Kit Overview of Oracle XML Developer's Kit (XDK) XDK Components … XML Parsers XSLT Processors XML Schema Processors XML Class Generators XML
XML Types → Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a standard format developed by the World Wide Web Consortium … handle XML and URI data, as well as a class of URIs called DBURIRef types to access data stored within
EXTRACT (XML) → Syntax extract_xml::= Description of the illustration extract_xml.gif Purpose EXTRACT (XML) is … containing an XML fragment. You can specify an absolute XPath_string with an initial slash or a … the relative path defaults to the root node. The optional namespace_string is required if the XML … of the XML path
XML Functions → The XML functions operate on or return XML documents or fragments. For more information about … selecting and querying XML data using these functions, including information on formatting output, refer … to Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide. The SQL XML functions are: APPENDCHILDXML DELETEXML DEPTH
XML Conditions → XML conditions determines whether a specified XML resource can be found in a specified path.
Overview of XML Datatypes → Oracle provides the XMLType datatype to handle XML data.
XML Format Model → The SYS_XMLGEN function returns an instance of type XMLType containing an XML document. Oracle … follows the table. See Also: SYS_XMLGEN for information on the SYS_XMLGEN function Oracle XML
Using XML in SQL Statements → Owned 25000 2 Rear load true N Street 10 ')); See Also: Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide for … -based table. The XMLSchema maps the XML elements to their object-relational equivalents. The … the example is shown in italics.) See Also: Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide for information on … within the Warehouse XML
UNDER_PATH Condition → particular path specified by path_string in the Oracle XML database repository. The path information … stored in the XML database repository. RESOURCE_VIEW contains one row for each resource in the … column) that lead to all XML resources (in the res column) in the database repository. The following … query returns the path of
EQUALS_PATH Condition → The EQUALS_PATH condition determines whether a resource in the Oracle XML database can be found in … . These public views provide a mechanism for SQL access to data stored in the XML database repository … ) that lead to all XML resources (in the res column) in the database repository. The following example
Oracle Compliance with SQL/XML:2006 → At the time of the release of this documentation, a new edition of SQL/XML, to be known as SQL/XML … form of SQL/XML:2006. The XML datatype in the standard is XML. The Oracle equivalent datatype is
Overview of XML in Oracle Database → Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a tag-based markup language that lets developers create their … own tags to describe data that's exchanged between applications and systems. XML is widely adopted as … plain text. Because it is plain text, XML documents and XML-based messages can be sent easily using … common
Contents → Go to main content 1/80 Contents List of Tables Title and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions 1 Package Ctx APIs for C++ Ctx Datatypes encoding encodings MemAllocator Interface alloc() dealloc() ~MemAllocator() TCtx Interface TCtx() getEncoding() getErrHandler() getMemAllocator() isSimple() isUnicode() ~TCtx() 2 Package Dom APIs for C++
Contents → Documentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions What's New in the XML C APIs? New Features … () XmlDomWalkerSetCurrentNode() XmlDomWalkerSetRoot() 10 Package XML APIs for C XML Interface XmlAccess … Initializing and Parsing Sequence Changes Datatype Mapping between oraxml and xml Packages Method Mapping between
Table B-12 Unsupported SQL/XML:2003 Features → Feature ID Feature X015 Fields of XML type X030 XMLDocument X048 Basic table mapping: base64 … : explicit XML declaration X081 Query-level namespace declarations X082 XML namespace declarations in … DML X083 XML namespace declarations in DDL X084 XML namespace declarations in compound statements
Table B-9 Fully Supported Features of SQL/XML:2005 → Feature ID Feature X010 XML type X016 Persistent XML values X020 XML Concatenation X031 XMLElement … string serialization X086 XML namespace declarations in XMLTable X120 XML parameters in SQL routines X121 … XML parameters in external routines X201 XMLQuery: RETURNING CONTENT X203 XMLQuery:
Table B-10 Partially Supported Features of SQL/XML:2005 → following elements of this feature: X086, XML namespace declarations in XMLTable X302, XMLTable with … . Oracle supports only BY VALUE semantics currently. Table B-11 lists the features of SQL/XML:2005 that
Table B-11 Equivalent Functionality for SQL/XML:2005 Features → Feature ID, Feature Equivalent Functionality X011, Arrays of XML Types In Oracle, array types must … be named, whereas in the standard they are anonymous. X012, Multisets of XML type The Oracle … equivalent of a multiset of XML type is a nested table with a single column of XML type. X013, Distinct … types of