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Oracle9i: XML Fundamentals          

Duration: 5 days

Description 
This is an excellent course for programmers who are new to XML that will be implementing XML in an Oracle9i environment. Attendees will learn the fundamentals of XML and how to implement XML in an Oracle9i environment. Students will learn XML fundamentals, features, how to store, search and retrieve XML in an Oracle9i database.

Topics

  • Benefits of XML technology
  • Creating an XML document
  • Understanding a well-formed XML document
  • XML and HTTP
  • XSL and XSLT
  • Presentation style
  • XML fundamentals
  • The purpose of Namespaces
  • Syntax for Namespaces
  • Namespaces to Elements and Attributes
  • What is a DTD
  • Developing a DTD
  • Internal DTD vs. external DTD
  • XML schemas
  • Listing XML schema data types
  • Creating an XML schema
  • Elements
  • Simple types
  • Built-in types
  • Named types
  • Complex types
  • Describing XPath
  • Using XPath expressions
  • Using XPath functions
  • Location path
  • Transforming XML using XSLT
  • Describing XSLT
  • Key XSLT elements
  • Creating templates
  • Sorting and filtering an XML document
  • Stylesheets
  • Code generators
  • DOM parsers
  • SAX parsers
  • Developing flexible, N-tiered XML applications.
  • The XML DB architecture.
  • The Oracle XML Type.
  • XMLType member functions
  • Modifying XML data in Oracle
  • Querying XML data
  • XMLType functions: ExistsNode and Extract
  • XPath
  • DBMS_XMLGEN, SYS_XMLGEN and SYS_XMLAGG
  • Creating Schema-Based tables
  • DBMS_XMLSCHEMA
  • XML DB access protocols
  • XMLElement
  • W3C XML Schemas.
  • XML to PL/SQL object conversion.
  • Using SQLX to generate XML.
  • DOM and SAX parsing and XSLT processing with PL/SQL and Java.
  • Foldering and security with the new XML DB Repository.
  • Versioning XML in Oracle.
  • Index and search XML data with Oracle Text.
  • Oracle Text management
  • XML_SECTION_GROUP sections
  • Contains operator
  • Indexing XML
  • CTX views
  • Publishing XML using the XSQL Pages.
  • Using URLs to generate and access XML data.
  • SOAP, Web Services and Advanced Queueing.
  • XML namespaces and XPath support.
  • XMLType views
  • XML repository
  • JDBC support for the XML Type Class.
  • Oracle's PL/SQL and Java XDKs.
  • The Oracle XML SQL Utility (XSU).

Prerequisites

  • Experience in developing database applications is recommended.
  • SQL and PL/SQL programming experience is required.
  • Java programming experience is recommended but not required.


 
 
 

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