-- Authoritative -- authors are all members of Oracle's XML Development Group.
-- CD-ROM -- full of ready-to-use XML components
-- A one-of-a-kind reference for understanding the XML standard, creating XML documents, and demonstrating how XML will transform legacy systems integration -- with focus on the Oracle environment.
-- Oracle in Action -- entire chapter of case studies
-- Foreword by industry luminary, Philip Greenspun (creator of www.photo.net, a popular website for learning about XML)
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The Oracle Corporation has made XML a key component of its overall strategy and product architectures. Unfortunately, like most Oracle technologies, XML is multifaceted and adorned with numerous names and acronyms. The Oracle XML Handbook is a small title with a big mission: to put XML in perspective as it exists in the Oracle universe.
The book follows the familiar style of other Oracle Press documentation, presenting the "big picture," followed by chapters devoted to the various individual products and technologies involved. This title is meant for those already familiar with Oracle; it would be confusing for readers looking for an overview of Oracle's XML capabilities.
This isn't a tutorial per se, but there are plenty of small code examples that illustrate the basic techniques involved. For example, in the discussion of the Simple API for XML (SAX), the authors include Java code that illustrates how to use SAX to pluck information from an XML document. The higher-level topics, such as development for Oracle8i databases by using the XSQL Servlet, are accompanied well by flow and architectural documents.
One of the most useful sections of this book is the "Oracle and XML in Action" chapter, which presents some real-world examples. An accompanying CD includes Oracle's XDK for Java components, as well as trial versions of Oracle8i and JDeveloper for Windows NT and Windows 2000. Oracle developers--especially those working on the Web--should make a little room on their bookshelves for this new handbook. --Stephen W. Plain
Topics covered: XML Parser for Java, Java Class Generator, XML-related beans, XML Parser for PL/SQL, XML Parser for C, XML development with Oracle8i, development with Oracle Application Server, Oracle Internet File System (iFS), XML and interMedia text, and XML on the Oracle Technology Network.From the Back Cover:
Create Powerful XML applications for the Oracle Environment.
Develop and deploy robust, cross-platform documents and applications on the Oracle Internet Platform with XML--the flexible markup language that's revolutionizing the way information is presented, stored, and processed on the Internet. Written by the Oracle XML Development Team, this authoritative handbook explains how to create XML documents and integrate legacy data systems with eCommerce initiatives. Included is a bonus CD-ROM containing JDeveloper 3.1 and Oracle Business Components for Java, Java and Java 2 parsers, and the XSQL Servlet.Create and parse XML using Java, C, C++, and PL/SQL XML parsers Transform XML into other text-based formats using the XSL processor Use the Java class generator to send XML data from Web applications Develop robust applications for the Oracle8 i database with Java XML components Deliver dynamic Web content using the XSQL Servlet Develop applications for the oracle Application Server Store documents as XML in Oracle8 i Internet File System (iFS) Search XML documents with interMedia text Build an Oracle8 i-driven XML-enabled Web site
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