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Oracle Database 11g: Use XML DB

Oracle Database 11g: Use XML DB

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Oracle Database 11g: Use XML DB

What you will learn

This course introduces students to Oracle XML DB, a feature of the Oracle Database. Students learn to store, retrieve,
generate, and manipulate XML data in Oracle Database 11g.
Students learn about the different storage models for storing XML documents in Oracle XML DB. Students query
XMLType data by using SQL/XML standard functions and XQuery. Students generate and manipulate XML data and
learn to use Oracle XML DB Repository. In addition, students access and manipulate repository resources using
protocols such as SQL, and PL/SQL. Students learn to manage changes in an XML schema after registering it with
Oracle XML DB. Students also learn how to import and export XML data.
Oracle SQL Developer is the major development tool in this course. SQL*Plus is also available as an optional tool.

Learn To:

Store and retrieve XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Generate XML Data from relational data in the database
Use XQuery to query, generate, and transform XML data
Manipulate XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Use Oracle XML DB Repository
Export and Import XMLType Data

Course Objectives

Explain the basic concepts of Oracle XML DB
Store XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Retrieve XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Create and use indexes on XML data
Generate XML from relational data in the database
Use XQuery to query, generate, and transform XML data
Manipulate XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Manage changes to an XML schema that is registered in Oracle XML DB
Use Oracle XML DB Repository
Export and import XMLType data using Oracle Data Pump

Course Topics

Introduction to Oracle XML DB
Oracle XML DB Features
Oracle XML DB concepts and terminology
Using Oracle SQL Developer
Storing XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Using XML Schema with Oracle XML DB
Choosing an XMLType Storage Model
Object-relational Storage
CLOB Storage
Binary XML Storage
XMLType Storage Models: Relative Advantages
Specifying SQL Constraints
Retrieving XML Data in Oracle XML DB
Retrieving XML Content: Overview
XQuery: Review
Using XMLQuery to query relational data
Joining tables by using XMLQuery
Querying an XMLType table by using XMLQuery
Querying an XMLType table by using XMLTable
Using the XMLExists function
Using the XMLCast function
Indexing XMLType Data
Indexing XMLType Data: Overview
Using Function-based Index on XMLType Data
Using a Full-text Index
XMLIndex Index: Components
Creating an XMLIndex Index
Dictionary Views for XMLIndex

Specifying the Paths for XMLIndex
Asynchronous maintenance of XMLIndex Index
Generating and Transforming XML Data
Using XQuery to Generate XML Data
Using Oracle database SQL functions to generate XML
Using the DBMS_XMLGEN PL/SQL Package
Generating Recursive XML with a Hierarchical Query
Creating XMLType Views
Transforming XML
Using XQuery with Oracle XML DB: Additional Use Cases
Using XQuery: Overview
Static Type-Checking of XQuery Expressions
XMLTable Versus XMLQuery
Querying an XML document in Oracle XML DB Repository
Using XQuery with PL/SQL: Binding Dynamic Variables
XQuery Support in SQL*Plus
Manipulating XML Data
Using SQL functions to modify XML data
UPDATEXML function
DELETEXML function
Oracle XML DB Repository
Overview of Oracle XML DB Repository
Oracle XML DB Repository: Architecture
Hierarchical Structures in the Repository
XML DB Repository Services
Oracle XML DB Resource API for PL/SQL
Creating folders and resources using PL/SQL
Accessing resources: SQL, Navigational, and Internet Access
Using Native Oracle XML DB Web Services
Using Oracle XML DB Repository
Access Control Lists
Managing an ACL on a Resource
Managing Privileges
Compound Documents
Repository Events
Implementing Repository Events
Implementing Repository Events: Example
Managing Changes in an XML Schema
XML Schema Evolution
Copy-based XML Schema Evolution
Using DBMS_XMLSCHEMA.copyEvolve Procedure

Copy-based XML Schema Evolution: Example
Using DBMS_XMLSCHEMA.copyEvolve: Guidelines, Disadvantages
In-Place XML Schema Evolution
In-Place XML Schema Evolution: Example
In-Place XML Schema Evolution: Supported operations, Guidelines, and Restrictions
Exporting and Importing XML Data
SQL*Loader: Overview
Loading XMLType Data by Using SQL*Loader
Oracle Data Pump Components
Exporting and Importing XMLType Tables and Columns
Exporting XML Schema-based XMLType Tables
Exporting XMLType Data: Example
Importing XMLType Data: Example


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