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Getting Started with Oracle Data Integrator 11g: A Hands-On Tutorial by Peter C. Boyd-Bowman, Bernard Wheeler, David Hecksel

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Summary

In this chapter we've successfully consumed XML files in our integration activities. Along the way we've explored a number of aspects of working with XML as well as some other extremely useful capabilities of ODI 11g:

  • We've seen how XML Data Servers are associated with file references—both for the datafiles and their schema definitions and how, by using ODI Procedures, we can manipulate those files to enable a single data server access to multiple sets of file data.

    There are other, more sophisticated ways to achieve this, but at least we've covered enough to "get started".

  • We took a look at how the XML driver breaks down a hierarchical tag structure from a file into a number of related in-memory tables and how it adds columns to maintain ...

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