Oracle XSQL: Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content by Michael D. Thomas

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Nov 13, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Oracle XSQL: Combining SQL, Oracle
Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish
Dynamic Web Content by Michael D.
Thomas




Excellent Work


Presents a com
plete approach to building XML Web applications and Web
services with XSQL, Oracle Text, SQL, XSLT, and Java from data found in
Oracle databasesOffers expert tips on how to enhance XSQL with servlets
and Java Server Pages (JSP)Provides a detailed compariso
n of XSQL and
XQueryCompanion Web site contains the code examples in the book as
well as useful links where readers can download the Oracle XDK


My Personal Review:

The author has done a excellent job. It describes about the important
piece
s in a dedicated chapter
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XSQL architecture. After that he delves into
SQL, PLSQL, XSQL , XSLT. The best part is chapter 14 on Building XSQL
web applications. This explains how all the above pieces are put into a
working model. The material is written kee
ping oracle 9i in mind. As a
whole, I felt very comfortable reading the whole book.

Especially for database developers who come from sql, plsql background
and are trying to get into web development world ( without the hassle of
learning Java Servlets, Jsp
etc ... ), I would definitely recommend it.


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