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XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework: OverviewThis section contains the following topics: Using the XSQL Pages Framework: Basic Process Setting … Up the XSQL Pages Framework Running the XSQL Pages Demo Programs Using the XSQL Pages Command-Line Utility

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Running the XSQL Pages Demo ProgramsDemo programs for the XSQL servlet are included in $ORACLE_HOME/xdk/demo/java/xsql. Table 14-1 … of the demo listed on the XSQL Pages & XSQL Servlet home page. \"Running the XSQL Demos\" explains how to access the home page.

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Using the XSQL Pages Command-Line UtilityFigure 14-3 XSQL Home Page Description of \"Figure 14-3 XSQL Home Page\" The demos are designed to … the online instructions. Using the XSQL Pages Command-Line Utility Often the content of a dynamic … , you can use operating system facilities to schedule offline processing of your XSQL pages. This … command-line

XML DB Developer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Generating XML Data from the Database

Generating XML Using XSQL Pages Publishing Frameworkuse these database XML features to produce XML for inclusion in your XSQL pages by using the action … well-formed XML document. The XML document is parsed and included in your XSQL page. See Also: Oracle … XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide for information about element and XSQL pages Example 17-41 … Using XSQL

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework: Advanced Topics

Customizing the XSQL Configuration File NameBy default, the XSQL pages framework expects the configuration file to be named XSQLConfig.xml … versions of an XSQL configuration file. To override the name of the configuration file read by the … XSQL page processor, set the Java system property xsql.config. The simplest technique is to specify a … the XSQL

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Setting Up the XSQL Pages FrameworkFigure 14-1 XSQL Pages Framework Architecture Description of \"Figure 14-1 XSQL Pages Framework … Architecture\" You can run the same XSQL pages from any of the access points shown in Figure 14-1 … . Regardless of which way you use the XSQL page processor, it performs the following actions to generate a … result:

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Generating and Transforming XML with XSQL ServletThis section describes the most basic tasks that you can perform with your server-side XSQL page … templates: Composing XSQL Pages Producing Datagrams from SQL Queries Transforming XML Datagrams into

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

14 Using the XSQL Pages Publishing FrameworkThis chapter contains these topics: Introduction to the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework Using the … XSQL Pages Publishing Framework: Overview Generating and Transforming XML with XSQL Servlet Using XSQL in Java Programs XSQL Pages Tips and Techniques

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework

Table 14-1 XSQL Servlet DemosDirectory Demo Name Description home/ XSQL Pages & XSQL Servlet Contains the pages that display the … tabbed home page of the XSQL demos as well as the online XSQL help that you can access from that … page. As explained in \"Running the XSQL Demos\", you can invoke the XSQL home page

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Using the XSQL Pages Publishing Framework: Advanced Topics

Providing a Custom XSQL Logger ImplementationYou can optionally register custom code to handle the logging of the start and end of each XSQL … XSQLLogger objects are created (or reused) for logging. The XSQL processor holds a reference to the

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

connection provided as a connection=\"connname\" attribute on the document element of the XSQL page in which

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

Purpose Includes the posted XML document in the XSQL page. If the user posts an HTML form instead … syntax of the action is as follows: Attributes None. Examples Example 30-7 shows a sample XSQL page

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

XSQL engine uses XSU to insert the resulting canonical XML. For a specified database table, the

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

connection=\" connname \" attribute on the document element of the XSQL page in which it appears

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

through the XSQL servlet, the XML included takes the form shown in Example 30-8. Example 30-8 … Including Request Parameters value1 value2... value1... value1... When you use the XSQL command … The syntax of the action is as follows: Attributes None. Examples Example 30-10 shows a sample XSQL

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

to be provided by supplying a connection=\"connname\" attribute on the document element of the XSQL

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

Table 30-3 Attributes for Table 30-3 Attributes for Attribute Name Description table = \"string\" Name of the table, view, or synonym to use for deleting the XML data. key-columns = \"string string...\" Space-delimited or comma-delimited list of one or more column names. The processor uses the values of these names in the posted XML document to identify the existing rows to delete. transform = \"URL\" Relative or absolute

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

Table 30-10 Attributes for Table 30-10 Attributes for Attribute Name Description table = \"string\" Name of the table, view, or synonym to use for inserting the XML data. transform = \"URL\" Relative or absolute URL of the XSLT transformation to use to transform the document to be inserted into canonical ROWSET/ROW format. columns = \"string\" Relative or absolute URL of the XSLT transformation to use to transform the document

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

Purpose Accepts data posted from an XML document or HTML form and uses the XML SQL Utility (XSU) to delete the content of an XML document in canonical form from a target table or view. By combining XSU with XSLT, you can transform XML into the canonical format expected by a given table. Afterward, you can use XSU to delete the resulting canonical XML. For a specified database table, the canonical

XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

XSQL Pages Reference

Table 30-4 Attributes for yes and no (default). bind-params = \"string\" Ordered, space-delimited list of one or more XSQL