is ISO/IEC 9075–05(E), Information technology – Database languages – SQL – Part 14: XML-Related Specifications (SQL/XML).As part of the SQL standard, it is aligned with SQL:2003.Package parameter can be used when generating paginated results using this utility.For instance when generating a page of XML or HTML data, you can restrict the number of rows converted to XML and then in subsequent calls, you can get the next set of rows and so on. It is an error to call this procedure on a context handle created by function , and so on, which must be preceded by an escape character.It is being developed under the auspices of these two standards bodies: All of the XML-generation SQL functions convert scalars and user-defined data-type instances to their canonical XML format.In this canonical mapping, user-defined data-type attributes are mapped to XML elements. It takes as arguments an element name, an optional collection of attributes for the element, and zero or more additional arguments that make up the element content.CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE dept_t AS OBJECT ("@DEPTNO" NUMBER(2), DNAME VARCHAR2(14), EMP_LIST emplist_t); / Type created.
XSQL Pages Publishing Framework is part of Oracle XML Developer's Kit for Java.Within each employee element is a SELECT last_name, employee_id FROM employees WHERE department_id = 30; LAST_NAME EMPLOYEE_ID ------------------------- ----------- Raphaely 114 Khoo 115 Baida 116 Tobias 117 Himuro 118 Colmenares 119 6 rows selected.CREATE TABLE hr.dependents (id NUMBER(4) PRIMARY KEY, employee_id NUMBER(4), name VARCHAR2(10)); Table created.In releases prior to Oracle Database 10g Release 2, the database settings for date and timestamp formats, not the XML Schema standard formats, were used for XML. Characters in an identifier name are escaped only if the name is created from an evaluated expression (such as a column reference).The following query shows that the root-element name and the attribute name are SELECT XMLElement("Employee", XMLAttributes(' AS "xmlns:xsi", ' AS "xsi:nonamespace Schema Location"), XMLForest(employee_id, last_name, salary)) AS "RESULT" FROM hr.employees WHERE department_id = 10; Example 17-6 XMLELEMENT: Generating an Element from a User-Defined Data-Type Instance Example 17-10 shows an XML document with employee information.