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XQuery Update

Getting started with XQuery Update Facility 1.0

DeleteXML, InsertXML, UpdateXML, appendChildXML, insertChildXML, insertchildXMLafter, insertChildXMLbefore, insertXMLafter and insertXMLbefore are dead (& deprecated) from…

Oracle 12c: XQuery Update

New, new…? No, not really new, XQuery Update (W3C standard/draft 2011) was already implemented in 11.2.0.3.0, but is now officially also announced. Besides the XQuery Full Text support (XQFT for short, W3C standard/draft 2011), this is one of the big new features in Oracle 12c. With this update XQuery functionality, the XQuery standard is further

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OOW 2012 – The yearly AMIS Review from Oracle Open World and JavaOne

Yesterday (16th October), 10 days of the end of the yearly Oracle show in San Francisco, AMIS organized its ‘Review from Oracle Open World 2012′ session with an overview of news, trends, announcements, special finds and interesting rumors . This session was ‘sold out’ (even though it was free). For close to 4 hours, the …

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OOW 2012 – XQuery Update (HOL)

As promised, hereby the Hands-On Lab Oracle OpenWorld XQuery Update example statements. The following XQuery Update code will work from Oracle database 11.2.0.3 and upwards and is fully supported from this version onwards. For more information see some of the blogposts here on this site or the OTN XMLDB forum for more examples. The code …

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OOW 2012 – And was there news on the XMLDB front…?

Just finished my Birds of a Feather XMLDB panel session in the Marriott Hotel and now looking back on an event full day. It all started of with a Keynote session with among others Mark Hurd. the most interesting bit, in my honest opinion, was the announcement of more details in Oracle 12c. I will …

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Oracle XMLDB XQuery Update in Database Release 11.2.0.3.0

I just made use of the very cool OTN Virtual Developer Day Database site. In this environment you can follow OTN Developer Day sessions, for example, at home, while making use of all the material available on that site plus the downloadable Virtualbox OTN Developer Day Appliance. Despite you can choose for tracks like Java, .Net, APEX, there is also a database section which handles (as you might expect it from me regarding interest) Oracle XMLDB functionality.