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117_XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK

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Oracle9i
XML Developer\u2019s Kits Guide - XDK
Release 2 (9.2)
March 2002
Part No. A96621-01
Oracle9i XML Developer \u2019s Kits Guid e - XDK, Release 2 (9.2)
Part No. A96621-01
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Contents

Send Us Your Comments..............................................................................................................xxvii Preface........................................................................................................................................................xxix What\u2019s New in XDK?.......................................................................................................................xxxvii Part I

XML Developer\u2019s Kits (XDK)
1 Overview of XML Developer\u2019s Kits and Components
Oracle XML Components: Overview..............................................................................................1-2
Development Tools and Other XML-Enabled Oracle9i Features..............................................1-3

XDK for Java..................................................................................................................................1-6 XDK for JavaBeans.......................................................................................................................1-6 XDK for C.......................................................................................................................................1-7 XDK for C++..................................................................................................................................1-7 XDK for PL/ SQL..........................................................................................................................1-7

XML Parsers.........................................................................................................................................1-8 XSL Transformation (XSLT) Processor............................................................................................1-9 XML Class Generator.......................................................................................................................1-10 XML Transviewer JavaBeans..........................................................................................................1-11 Oracle XSQL Page Processor and Servlet.....................................................................................1-12

Servlet Engines That Support XSQL Servlet...........................................................................1-13
JavaServer Pages Platforms That Support XSQL Servlet......................................................1-13
Oracle XML SQL Utility (XSU)......................................................................................................1-16

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