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Managing Multimedia and Unstructured Data in the Oracle Database by Marcelle Kratochvil

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Exercises

These questions are designed to have the reader go beyond the traditional method of answering questions. They involve using the concepts designed in the chapter and doing additional research on the Internet to come up with the best solution to address the questions raised:

  • This chapter has covered a number of locations where digital objects can be found. This includes the filesystem, mail server, ftp, and via HTTP on websites. Identify another type of location and determine if the digital objects found there could be loaded into a database.
  • Define a filename syntax (EBNF or Railroad) that can be used to match a digital object to its metadata. It should be able to deal with the variations of names, relationships, digital object types, and ...

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