From smuench@US.ORACLE.COM Fri Dec 18 13:00:51 1998 Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 18:43:48 +0000 From: Steve Muench <smuench@US.ORACLE.COM> To: XML-L@LISTSERV.HEANET.IE Subject: ANN: PLSXML Utils/Demos for Oracle
If you're working with XML and an Oracle Database, or are curious about trying, then you may be interested in checking out some sample PL/SQL-based XML utilities and demos we've posted today at:
These utilities are all written in PL/SQL and work in any Oracle7 or Oracle8 database.
You'll also find new postings for Oracle's XML Parser in Java and an annotated version of Oracle's XML98 Keynote Address with added slides explaining how the demos we did there worked.
Full source for the PL/SQL utilities and demos are included in the "PLSXML" suite below, downloadable from the site.
The "PLSXML" suite of PL/SQL-package-based utilities comprises:
DBXML - For generating rich, nested XML documents from SQL queries
DBDOM - For creating, parsing, traversing, and searching XML Documents using a subset of the Document Object Model API using PL/SQL
DBXSL - For generating a database-driven XSL stylesheet for a tree-rendering of data (used by one of the demos)
along with a suite of XML/Oracle demos which I use to show them off:
Demos 1-5 above leverage the latest XML/XSL features of IE 5.0 Beta2 leveraging XML/XSL delivered on-the-fly from the database.
These are PL/SQL packages which I have found useful in my own XML Evangelism inside and outside the company and I hope can help others learn about how much of a natural fit XML and Oracle are.
Oracle XML Homepage http://www.oracle.com/xml.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Dec 18 12:59:16 1998 Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 10:51:19 -0800 From: Mark Scardina <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: ANN: Oracle XML Parser for Java
As the first component of the XML infrastructure, which will serve as the foundation of Oracle's announced XML support, the Oracle XML Parser for Java v1.0.0 (Beta) is now available for downloading and testing on the new Oracle Technology Network (OTN) XML site located at http://technet.oracle.com.
Additionally, an XML Forum has been opened on OTN to provide a collaborative area for bug reporting, technical support, and discussing other Oracle/XML issues.
While you must register to gain access, there are no restrictions or fees.
Mark V. Scardina
Sr. Product Manager - Core Development
Server Technologies - Oracle Corporation
Oracle XML News http://www.oracle.com/xml
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