This manual describes Oracle 9i's XML-enabled database technology. It describes how XML data can be stored, managed, and queried in the database using Oracle XML-enabled technology and the appropriate Oracle development tools.
After introducing you to the main criteria to consider when designing your Oracle XML application, this manual describes an overview of several scenarios that are based on real-life existing business applications. You are then introduced to the XML Developer's Kits (XDKs) and how the XDK componoents can work together to
generate and store XML data in a database. Examples and sample applications are introduced where possible.
Oracle9i Case Studies - XML Applications describes case studies that use Oracle XML-enabled technology The case studies are presented according to their main function, namely, whether they are primarily used for one or both of the following:
■ Content or Document Management
■ Data Exchange and Business—to-Business (B2B)