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HOWTO: Using the Oracle XMLDB Repository to Automatically Shred Windows Office Documents (Part 1)

People who have attended the UKOUG presentation this year where Mark Drake, Sr. Product Manager XML Technologies / XMLDB, Oracle HQ, and I demonstrated the first principles of the XDB Repository, might have been impressed with its (GEO/KML Spatial, Image EXIF info) capabilities combined with Google Earth. This post will zoom in on how to

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UKOUG 2011: Drag, Drop and other Stuff. Using your Database as a File Server

Last Thuesday, Mark Drake, Senior Product Manager and I, delivered a good presentation during UKOUG in Birmingham about how to use your database, via XMLDB functionality, as a file server. The presentation demonstrated as well how you could extent the “standaard” file server (aka your database) functionality with features like, WebDAV driven ACL Security and

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HOWTO: XDB Repository Events – An Introduction

Oracle XMLDB Repository Events, IMHO, was one of the coolest functionalities introduced in Oracle 11.1. In principal they are a kind of event “triggers” that get fired during actions / methods on objects in the XDB Repository. One of the disadvantages of this functionality is that they are very “sparsely” documented in the Oracle XMLDB

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UKOUG 2011: Using your Database as a Fileserver

One of the coolest things in Oracle 11g and onwards is a functionality called XDB Repository Events. Most of you probably know that based on XMLDB functionality in the database, the database also can be used in a File server kind of way by enabling the XDB Repository HTTP/FTP or WebDAV functionality via DBMS_XDB. XDB

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