Oracle Database 10g XML & SQL: Design, Build, & Manage XML Applications in Java, C, C++, & PL/SQL: Design, Build and Manage XML Applications in Java, C, C++ and PL/SQL (Oracle Press) Paperback – 1 Jul 2004
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About the Author
Mark V. Scardina (Redwood Shores, CA) is Oracle’s XML Evangelist for Server Products and is the Group Product Manager for the CORE and XML Development Group, tasked with providing the XML infrastructure components used throughout the Oracle product stack including the XML Developer’s Kit. Mark also represents Oracle on the W3C XSL Working Group as well as chairs Oracle’s XML Standards committee.
Ben Chang (El Cerrito, CA) is a 13-year veteran at Oracle Corp., where he heads the CORE and XML Development Group as Director. In addition to working on Oracle6 to Oracle10i releases, he served the longest tenure as Development Release Manager for Oracle 8.0, spanning five releases. He also served three years as chair of Oracle's C Coding Standards Committee; and he is a W3C DOM Working Group Committee member.
Jinyu Wang (Redwood Shores, CA) is the XDK product manager for Oracle Corporation. She has more that 5 years of experience in developing software systems and is a certified Oracle DBA. She has been the active lead in the Oracle XML development, technical consulting and product management.
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And it gets worse. The very first example in the book (and the downloaded code) won't compile; it calls a method that doesn't exist. I was able to work-around it. The second example wouldn't compile either; it has a typo. The fixes are easy enough so far, but it's frustrating. I guess they didn't have enough time to actually edit the book. Hopefully the online code will eventually be fixed. Disappointing so far. :(
I bought this book to get more info about XMLTable and XMLQuery functions, which came out in Oracle 10.2, but there is nothing. It covers Oracle 10.1 methods (XMLSequence) but nothing later. The editors should either update the book or change the title to make it clear it covers Oracle 10.1 only. I wouldn't have bought it if I had known... wasted time and money.
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