XML-Enabled Applications - Part 4

Monday Oct 8th 2007 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

When building XML-enabled PHP/Oracle applications, the database can be used as an efficient means of storing XML data and will operate on any kind of data that can be expressed in XML. PHP's XML extensions allow you to take advantage of Oracle XML DB.

[From WebReference]

[This is an excerpt from the book, PHP Oracle Web Development: Data processing, Security, Caching, XML, Web Services, and Ajax, by Yuli Vasiliev. Published by Packt Publishing Ltd., 2007

Using Oracle XML DB Repository

Another variation on accessing and manipulating XML content stored in Oracle database is provided by Oracle XML DB repository, which is an essential component of Oracle XML DB.

[ Oracle XML DB repository, also known as XML repository, is a hierarchically organized repository seamlessly integrated with Oracle Database, containing resources that can be manipulated using a file/folder/URL metaphor. ]

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