Building Oracle XML Applications

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O'Reilly, 2000 - Computers - 792 pages

This rich and detailed look at the many Oracle tools that support XML development shows Java and PL/SQL developers how to combine the power of XML and XSLT with the speed, functionality, and reliability of the Oracle database. The nearly 800 pages of entertaining text, helpful and time-saving hints, and extensive examples can be put to use immediately to build custom XML applications. Includes a CD-ROM with JDeveloper 3.1, an integrated development environment for Java developers.

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Contents

Introduction to XML
3
What Can I Do with XML?
8
Why Should I Use XML?
17
Copyright

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Steve Muench is Oracle's lead XML Technical Evangelist and development lead for Oracle XSQL Pages. He is Oracle's primary representative to the W3C XSL Working Group, as well as a consulting product manager and developer working on Oracle Business Components for Java--an XML-based business object framework. In his more than ten years at Oracle, Steve's been involved in the support, development, and technical evangelism of Oracle's application development tools and database, and is a frequent presenter at both Oracle and XML technical conferences. He has been a catalyst in helping development teams across Oracle weave XML and XSLT sensibly into their future development plans.

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