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Oracle XMLType dealing

Posted on 2003-03-15
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Last Modified: 2012-05-04
Hello,I have a question of Oracle XMLType:
We have to Load  Xml files into the Datawarehouse staging area (XMLType for fast loading of large files) and then deal with the data as relational.
Can Some One give a simple example of such with all the stages incl. creating objects and then (most important ) the relational queries of the XMLType columns.

Thank You in Advance,
Question by:oleggold
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