Posts tagged Hands On Labs
I posted, as (my) tradition dictates, the Oracle agenda overview of XMLDB sessions during Oracle Open World 2012. I already signed up for the HOL10055 session but yesterday I also got a quick peek of it’s contents this year. And yes, I can promise you, it is a must go, if you are dealing with or are interested in all things XML in your Oracle database.
The hands-on lab has topics like, among others,
- Using XQuery in Oracle Database 11g Release 2
- Optimizing XML Storage and processing with XML Schema.
- Relational access to XML content
- XML access to Relational Content
… also practical items like, loading XML, how to performance optimize XML in the database, and/or partition methods useful if your dealing with enormous amounts of data. This year it covers all XML use cases, if it’s structured, semi-structured or unstructured, via the latest database XMLDB functionality like the XQuery Update Facility (2011 W3C recommendation) or unstructured data retrieval via the also new W3C 2011 recommendation, the XQuery Full-Text standard.
To give you some small insight into those two new W3C XQuery recommendation extensions: