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Querying Oracle XML DB Using a Web Service → Querying Oracle XML DB Using a Web Service The Oracle XML DB Web service for database queries is … properties of your database. This Web service has a WSDL document associated with it that specifies the … http:// host: port / orawsv?wsdl. Your application sends database queries to the
Accessing PL/SQL Stored Procedures Using a Web Service → The Oracle XML DB Web service for accessing PL/SQL stored functions and procedures is located at … , dynamic Web service that has its own, generated WSDL document. This WSDL document is located at URL http … 33-1. Table 33-1 Web Service Mapping Between XML and SQL Data Types SQL Data
Enhanced Web Services Support: Business Directory, Web Feature Service, Catalog Services, and OpenLS → Expanded support is provided for spatial Web services. A Web service enables developers of Oracle … Feature Service (WFS) Support\" Chapter 16, \"Catalog Services for the Web (CSW) Support\" … Spatial applications to provide feature data and metadata to their application users over the Web
15.1 WFS Engine → This section describes the Web Feature Service engine, including its relationship to clients and to … the database server. WFS is implemented as a Web service and can be deployed in Oracle Containers … the Web Feature Service provides to its clients. Figure 15-1 shows the WFS architecture.
Example of Using a PL/SQL Function With a Web Service → This section presents a simple PL/SQL function and its access using a Web service. The function … 33-6 Definition of PL/SQL Function Used for Web-Service Access CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE … to a Stored PL/SQL Function Oracle Web Service
Test the Web Service → To test the Web service: On the Web Service References page, click the Test icon next to the Movie … Info Web reference. The Web Services Testing page appears. In the SOAP Envelope field, replace #ZIP
Understanding Web Service References → To utilize Web services in Oracle Application Express, you create a Web service reference using a … wizard. Web service references can be based either on a Web Services Description Language ( WSDL … ) document or created manually by supplying information about the service.
About Creating Web Service References → To utilize Web services in Oracle Application Express, you create a Web service reference using a … businesses register their Web services. You search for the WSDL by entering either a service or business … . First, you create a Web service reference by searching a UDDI
Testing a Web Service Reference Created Manually → After you have created a Web service reference, you can test it on the Test Web Service Reference … page. To test a Web service reference: Navigate to the Web Service References page. See \"Accessing … the Web Service
Web Service Data Sources (Virtual Table Support) → Web Service Data Sources ( Virtual Table Support) To access data that is returned from single or … multiple Web service invocations, create a virtual table using a Web service data source. This table … lets you query a set of returned rows as though it were a table. The client calls
Invoking a Web Service as a Process → You can also implement a Web service as a process on the page. Running the process submits the … request to the service provider. You can then display the request results in report. To invoke a Web … name, sequence, and processing point. Select the Web service reference. If the Web
Using the Web Service Reference Repository → Web service references are stored in the Web Service Reference Repository. To access the Web … . Under Logic, click Web Service References. The Web Service Reference page appears. Use the … Navigation bar at the top of the page to search
Viewing a Web Service Reference History → Editing a Web Service Process After you create a process of type Web service on a Web service … ) by editing the Web service process. To edit a Web service process: Create a Web service process
Creating a Form on a Web Service → The Create Form on Web Service Wizard creates a form and a submit button. You can execute this … wizard after creating the Web service reference from a WSDL, or from the Page Definition. Use this … wizard when you expect a scalar result from the Web service. A Web service
7 How to Implement a Web Service → two methods for calling a Web service from within an Oracle Application Express application. Topics … in this section include: About Creating Web Service References Creating a New Application Specifying … Web services enable applications to interact with one another over the Web in a
Detached Jobs → would hold resources unnecessarily. An example is sending a request to an asynchronous Web service. It … could take hours or days for the Web service to respond, and you do not want to hold a Scheduler job
Create a Report on the Web Service Result → Next, you want to add a report that displays the results of the called Web service. To create a … report on the Web service result: On the Page Definition, click the Create icon in the Regions section … . Select Report and click Next. For Region, select Report on collection containing Web service
Features of Oracle Database as a Web Service Provider → Using Oracle Database as a Web service provider offers the following features: Enhances PL/SQL Web … services Improves PL/SQL Web services by extending the Web services support for additional PL/SQL … use most of your existing PL/SQL packages as Web services. Exposes Java in the database
Features of Oracle Database as a Web Service Consumer → Using Oracle Database as a Web service consumer provides the following features: Consuming Web … integration by turning external Web service into a SQL data source, making the external Web service … services form Java Provides an easy-to-use interface for Web
Creating a Web Service Reference Based on a WSDL → When you create a Web service reference based on a WSDL, you need to decide how to locate the WSDL … businesses register their Web services. Topics in this section include: Creating a Web Service Reference … by Searching a UDDI Registry Creating a Web Service Reference