Oracle9i XML Handbook

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9780072134957: Oracle9i XML Handbook

The only Oracle-authorized title covering Oracle's XML-enabled products, development of next-generation Internet Web sites and applications.
-- Written by best-selling Oracle authors, who also serve as Oracle representatives to the W3C, the standards body that defines emerging XML technologies
-- This edition provides up to 50% new and updated content, including two additional chapters on CRM E-Business XML and Case Studies
-- Features real-world case studies illustrating Oracle XML customers making use of XML technology., Ford Motor Co., E*Trade, and Intel are all highlighted in the case studies
-- CD-ROM includes XML components created by the Oracle XML group

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Maximize XML-enabled Oracle9i

Create and deploy cross-platform, transaction-based applications on Oracle9i with XML--the industry standard for describing data for e-business application integration and business-to-business exchanges. Written by members of the Oracle XML Development Team, this insider's resource explains how to take full advantage of the Oracle XML Developer Kit (XDK) to build, manipulate, transform, and view XML documents. You'll also learn from real-world case studies illustrating how Oracle customers make the most of the built-in XML-enabled features.

  • Take advantage of the Oracle9i XML infrastructure and XML Developer Kit (XDK)
  • Use the parsers, processors, generators, viewers, and utilities included in the XDK
  • Develop robust Oracle9i applications with Java XML components
  • Maximize the new built-in XML SQL and PL/SQL functions and XML-based messaging capabilities
  • Understand the differences between Oracle Application Server (OAS) and Oracle9i Application Server (Oracle9iAS)
  • Develop and deploy transaction-oriented applications for OAS and Oracle9iAS
  • Enable enterprisewide access to XML documents by storing them in the Internet File System (iFS)
  • Manage diverse types of data--text, images, audio, and video--as data types by using Oracle Text
  • Develop Web-enabled e-business applications with the Oracle e-Business XML Services component

CD-ROM Includes the Official Oracle XML Developer Kit (XDK)

About the Author:

Ben Chang (El Cerrito, CA) is a 10-year veteran at Oracle Corp. who currently heads the CORE and XML Development Group as a Senior Development Manager. During his tenure at Oracle, in addition to working on Oracle6 through Oracle8i releases, he served the longest tenure as a release manager for Oracle 8.0, spanning five releases (8.0.2 - 8.0.5). He also served three years as chait of Oracle's C Coding Standards Committee, releasing two major revisions of the 200+ page standards. Mark Scardina: (San Franciso, CA) has been with Oracle since 1998 and is the Senior Product Manager for the CORE and XML Development Group. In support of Oracle's XML development effort, Mark is a frequent speaker at industry trade shows and conferences. He is also Oracle's representative on the W3C's XSL Working Group and Sun's JavaX Expert Group. Stefan Kiritzov: is a Principal Member of the Technical Staff in the CORE and XML Development Group at Oracle. He has 18 years of experience in developing systems software. He holds an MS and BS in Mathematics from Kliment Ohridsky University in Bulgaria.

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Ben Chang, Stefan Kiritzov, Mark Scardina
Published by McGraw-Hill Companies (2001)
ISBN 10: 007213495X ISBN 13: 9780072134957
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