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XMLTYPE DATATYPES
XMLTYPE DATA
XMLTYPE API
XMLTYPE METHOD
XMLTYPE COLUMNS
GLOBAL ELEMENT
XMLTYPE VIEWS
XMLTYPE VALUE
MATCH
SHOWS
NAME
CREATING
CONTENT
NODES
XML DOCUMENT
XML DATA
SQL
XMLTYPE TABLES
XML SCHEMA
DATABASE
ORACLE9
VALID XML DOCUMENTS
ROOT ELEMENT
WELL-FORMED XML DOCUMENT
ENTIRE XML DOCUMENT
INSTANCE
XML DOCUMENTS
XSL
FUNCTION
CONSTRAINT
DATA
EXTRACT
CONTENTS
DOCUMENT
DOM
XML
XPATH EXPRESSIONS
XPATH EXPRESSION
XMLTYPE COLUMN
COLUMNS
COLUMN
XMLTYPE DATATYPE
DATATYPE
ORACLE DATABASE
XML CONTENT
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Definitions

  1. XMLType is an abstract data type for native handling of XML data in the database. (Web site)
  2. XMLType is an abstract data type that provides different storage models to best fit your data and your use of it.
  3. XMLType is a system-defined opaque type for handling XML data. (Web site)
  4. XMLType is an object type, so you can also create a table of XMLType instances. (Web site)
  5. XMLType is optimized to not materialize the XML data into a tree structure unless needed.

Xmltype Datatypes

  1. These storage options allow you to tune the performance of applications that use XMLType datatypes to store XML in the database. (Web site)
  2. Using programmatic APIs, you can retrieve XML data into VARCHAR, CLOB, or XMLType datatypes. (Web site)

Xmltype Data

  1. You create virtual columns on XMLType data as you would create virtual columns using any other type of data, but using a slightly different syntax. (Web site)
  2. This can greatly improve the performance of XPath-based predicates and fragment extraction for XMLType data, whether based on an XML schema or not.

Xmltype Api

  1. The XMLType API provides a number of useful methods that operate on XML content. (Web site)
  2. You can use the XMLType API to create tables and columns.

Xmltype Method

  1. The specific semantics of an Oracle SQL function or XMLType method that applies an XPath-expression to XML data determines what is returned.

Xmltype Columns

  1. For XMLType columns, the temporary table has the columns shown in Table 9-4. (Web site)
  2. Contents of XMLType columns and tables are stored using the CLOB data type.
  3. The following examples create XMLType columns and tables for managing XML content in Oracle Database. (Web site)

Global Element

  1. The structured storage option is only available when the XMLType table or column has been constrained to a global element defined by XML schema. (Web site)

Xmltype Views

  1. For Query Rewrites, XMLType views are the same as regular XMLType table columns.

Xmltype Value

  1. The XMLType value from which the DOMDocument handle is constructed is the data, and reflects the results of all DOM operations on it. (Web site)

Match

  1. The following query returns an XMLType value containing the three Description elements that match the XPath expression. (Web site)

Shows

  1. This example shows how to use a BEFORE INSERT trigger to validate that the data being inserted into the XMLType table conforms to the specified XML schema. (Web site)

Name

  1. The name of the XML document root element must match the name of global element used to define the XMLType table or column. (Web site)
  2. This can be done by passing the name of the XML schema to the XMLType constructor, or by invoking the XMLType createSchemaBasedXML() method. (Web site)

Creating

  1. Creating multiple XMLType columns based on the XML schema Linking from a child to the corresponding parent Separate XMLType Table with Link Table.
  2. The error only occurs when creating an XMLType table or column that uses object-relational storage. (Web site)
  3. Explicitly identify the XML schema when creating the XMLType. (Web site)

Content

  1. Such an error only occurs when content is inserted directly into an XMLType table. (Web site)
  2. Storing XML data as an XMLType column or table lets the database perform XML-specific operations on the content. (Web site)

Nodes

  1. Example 3-23 demonstrates how SQL function extract returns an XMLType instance containing the node or nodes that match an XPath expression. (Web site)
  2. Example 3-21 demonstrates how the SQL function extract returns an XMLType value containing the node or nodes that matched the supplied XPath expression. (Web site)

Xml Document

  1. Any attempt to store or insert any other kind of XML document in an XML schema-based XMLType raises an error. (Web site)
  2. SQL function updateXML enables partial update of an XML document stored as an XMLType value. (Web site)

Xml Data

  1. XML-data (XMLType) – The XML data to be inserted: one or more nodes of any kind.
  2. When you fetch XML data, Oracle creates an instance of an XMLType. (Web site)
  3. The specific semantics of an Oracle SQL function or XMLType method that applies an XPath expression to XML data determines what is returned. (Web site)

Sql

  1. XMLType and SQL. You can use XMLType in SQL statements combined with other columns and datatypes. (Web site)

Xmltype Tables

  1. Similar to XMLType tables, XMLType views can conform to an XML schema.
  2. Name of the column (NULL for XMLType tables). (Web site)
  3. Data in XMLType tables and tables containing XMLType columns can be stored in Character Large Objects (CLOBs) or natively in structured XML storage. (Web site)

Xml Schema

  1. Before an XML document can be inserted into an XML schema-based XMLType table or column the document must identify the XML schema it is associated with. (Web site)
  2. Only option available for XMLType tables and columns that are not associated with an XML schema.
  3. XMLType tables or columns can be constrained and conform to an XML schema. (Web site)

Database

  1. XMLType can represent an XML document in the database, so it is accessible in SQL. (Web site)
  2. You cannot create VARRAYs of XMLType and store them in the database since VARRAYs do not support CLOBs when stored in tables.
  3. Oracle XML DB supports FTP, HTTP, and WebDav protocols, as well as JDBC, for fast access of XML data stored in the database in XMLType tables and columns. (Web site)

Oracle9

  1. Oracle9 i Release 1 (9.0.1) introduced a new datatype, XMLType, to facilitate native handling of XML data in the database.
  2. It has been extended in Oracle9 i to also work on XMLType columns.

Valid Xml Documents

  1. Both approaches ensure that only valid XML documents can be stored in the XMLType table. (Web site)

Root Element

  1. Returns the name of the root element of the XML document contained in the XMLType.

Well-Formed Xml Document

  1. By default, an XMLType table or column can contain any well-formed XML document.

Entire Xml Document

  1. For an XMLType table that consists of a single column of XMLType, the entire XML document is retrieved. (Web site)

Instance

  1. To store an XML document in an XMLType table or column the XML document must first be converted into an XMLType instance.
  2. SQL function updateXML enables partial update of an XML document stored as an XMLType instance. (Web site)
  3. Nodes are returned as an instance of XMLType. (Web site)

Xml Documents

  1. Once a collection of XML documents have been stored as XMLType tables or columns the next step is to be able to retrieve them.
  2. Oracle XML DB includes XMLType methods and SQL functions that you can use to validate XML documents against an XML schema.
  3. To use the INSERT statement to insert XML data into XMLType, you need to first create XML documents to perform the insert with.

Xsl

  1. The embedded XSLT processor follows Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) statements and traverses the DOM tree structure for XML data residing in XMLType. (Web site)

Function

  1. The extractValue() function takes as arguments an XMLType instance and an XPath expression.
  2. The updateXML() function enables partial update of an XML document stored as an XMLType. (Web site)

Constraint

  1. Example 3-15 shows how to force a full XML schema validation by adding a CHECK constraint to an XMLType table. (Web site)
  2. An XML schema can also be used as a constraint when creating tables or columns of XMLType. (Web site)

Data

  1. For structured storage of XMLType data, you can create B-tree indexes on the object-relational tables that underlie XMLType tables and columns. (Web site)
  2. For unstructured and binary XML storage of XMLType data, you can create an XMLIndex index, which specifically targets the XML structure of a document. (Web site)
  3. These enable you to manipulate XMLType data, such as update, delete, and insert XML data. (Web site)

Extract

  1. XMLType has built-in methods to create, extract, and index database XML data. (Web site)
  2. The XMLType instance returned from extract need not be a well-formed XML document.
  3. An XMLType instance containing the XML fragment is returned by extract.

Contents

  1. Oracle XML DB also uses XML schema as a mechanism for defining how the contents of an XMLType should be stored inside the database. (Web site)
  2. The following examples show how you can use updateXML() to modify the contents of an XML Document stored as an XMLType.
  3. Oracle XML DB also uses XML Schema as a mechanism for defining how the contents of an XMLType instance should be stored inside the database. (Web site)

Document

  1. Constraining the XMLType to an XML schema provides the option of storing the content of the document using structured-storage techniques.
  2. Since the transformed document using XSLT is expected as in instance of XMLType, the source could easily be a database table.
  3. When an XML document is inserted into an XML schema-based XMLType table or column, Oracle XML DB performs a partial validation of the document. (Web site)

Dom

  1. The following example shows how you can use Java DOM API for XMLType to create a DOM object and store it in the format specified by the XML schema. (Web site)
  2. This example shows how to load XML content into Oracle XML DB by first creating an XMLType instance in Java, given a Document Object Model (DOM). (Web site)

Xml

  1. It also provides the greatest degree of flexibility in terms of the structure of the XML that can be stored in a XMLType table or column.
  2. Returns the XMLType object corresponding to this URI. Will throw an error if the target data is not XML. See also "getXML() Function".
  3. To make existing relational and object-relational data available to your XML applications, you can create XMLType views, wrapping the data in an XML format. (Web site)

Xpath Expressions

  1. All XMLType methods and XML-specific SQL functions work with XPath expressions that include namespace prefixes. (Web site)

Xpath Expression

  1. The XMLType returned by extract() will contain the set of nodes which match the XPath expression. (Web site)
  2. The XMLType value returned by extract contains the set of nodes that match the XPath expression. (Web site)
  3. Example 3-24 demonstrates how to extract an XMLType instance that contains the node or nodes that match an XPath expression. (Web site)

Xmltype Column

  1. Before the document can be stored as an XMLType column or table, it must be converted into an XMLType instance using one of the XMLType constructors. (Web site)
  2. The first is to store the XML document in an XMLType column.
  3. You cannot partition a relational table that has an XMLType column, using that column to define virtual columns of XML data. (Web site)

Columns

  1. As explained, you can create XMLType columns by simply using the XMLType as the datatype.
  2. You can use the C API for XML for XMLType columns in the database.
  3. Store these sections or fragments in XMLType columns in CLOBs in the database. (Web site)

Column

  1. Retrieve the XML data from the XMLType table or XMLType column in the table. (Web site)
  2. Flexibility Provides the maximum amount of flexibility in terms of the structure of the XML documents that can be stored in an XMLType column or table. (Web site)
  3. I store the xml data at first in the clob column und want to import these data in the xmltype column in another table. (Web site)

Xmltype Datatype

  1. This chapter describes how to use the XMLType datatype, create and manipulate XMLType tables and columns, and query on them.
  2. Since XSL stylesheets are valid XML documents both approaches apply when the XSL stylesheets are provided as instances of the XMLType datatype.
  3. The XMLType datatype is used for storing XML in a column in a table or view.

Datatype

  1. A default table is an XMLType table, that is, it is an object table based on the XMLType datatype.
  2. Storing the XML document in Oracle9 i database using the XMLType datatype.
  3. XMLType datatype can be used as the datatype of columns in tables and views. (Web site)

Oracle Database

  1. Oracle XML DB supports FTP, HTTP, and WebDAV protocols, as well as JDBC, for fast access of XML data stored in Oracle Database in XMLType tables and columns. (Web site)
  2. For example, you can use XMLType methods to create, extract, and index XML data stored in Oracle Database. (Web site)
  3. This JavaBean is an extension of the DBAcess bean to support the XMLType column, in which XML documents are stored in an Oracle Database table.

Xml Content

  1. By storing your XML documents as XMLType, XML content can be readily searched using standard SQL queries.
  2. XMLType has built-in methods that operate on XML content. (Web site)
  3. The introduction of Oracle XML DB and the XMLType datatype provides new techniques that facilitate the persistence of XML content in the database. (Web site)

Xmltype

  1. Oracle XML DB performs the required processing by constructing a DOM from the contents of the XMLType object. (Web site)
  2. Example 3-5 shows, in C, how to insert XML content into an XMLType table by creating an XMLType instance given a DOM. (Web site)
  3. XMLType can represent an XML document as an instance (of XMLType) in SQL. XMLType has built-in member functions that operate on XML content.

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