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Oracle® XML Developer's Kit Programmer's Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1)

Part Number B10794-01
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What's New in XDK?

What's New contains this topic:

Features Introduced in Oracle XML Developer's Kit 10g Release 1 (10.1)

JAXB Class Generator

The JAXB compiler generates the interfaces and the implementation classes corresponding to the XML Schema. The JAXB Class Generator, which is based on the Java Specification Request (JSR) recommendation for JAXB, is to be used for new applications. The Class Generator for Java is deprecated and replaced by the JSR-31 implementation of XML Data Binding (JAXB). The runtime will be supported, so that the Java classes generated in older releases will continue to work.

Unified API for C and C++

These sets of functions work in both XDK and XML DB and replace the C and C++ XDK functions of previous releases.

See Also:

Chapter 14, " XML Parser for C" and following chapters.

See Also:

Chapter 18, " Unified C++ Interfaces" and following chapters.

XDK C/C++ Components Change

Previously, the globalization support data environment variable setting was ORA_NLS33. It has now been changed to ORA_NLS10.

Pipeline Definition Language

This W3C note is implemented for Java in the XDK.

XSLT Compiler and XSLT Virtual Machine (XVM)

For improved performance there are new interfaces for the XSL processor for C and C++.

See Also:

"XVM Processor".

XSQL Pages Publishing Framework Updates

This chapter has been updated for this release.

Using SOAP

New sections are included, plus an example of a SOAP project is found in this chapter:

New XML JavaBeans

XMLCompress, XMLDBAccess, XSDValidator JavaBeans have been added.

Changes in this Manual

PL/SQL chapters

are moved to the Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide.

Upgrades to the XDK Components

Specifications of the levels of the components in this release are described in this section:

XDK Java Components Changes