You can generate a hierarchical XML document with the employee and department information as follows: CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE emp_t AS OBJECT ("@EMPNO" NUMBER(4), ENAME VARCHAR2(10)); / Type created.
In this chapter, we’ll cover the basics of XML – essentially, most of the information you’ll need to know to get a handle on this exciting technology.
The following example will illustrate how to build a relatively powerful database application using ADO data control. First of all, name the new form as frm Book Title and change its caption to Book Titles- ADO Application.
After this, you can proceed to build your ADO-based VB database applications.
Next, insert the necessary labels, text boxes and command buttons.
This chapter describes Oracle XML DB options for generating XML from the database.
It walks you through the process of building a fully-functional XML-based content management system with PHP.
And all the code used in the book is available to customers in a downloadalbe archive.