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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 Introduction

    1. The Internet Grows Up

    2. Current Web Techniques Are Inadequate

    3. Oracle’s Solution—Oracle8i

    4. A Roadmap to Oracle8i

  2. Chapter 2 Foundations

    1. Resources

    2. Server-to-Client Communication

    3. Content Delivery Model

    4. Database Integration

    5. Database Security Review

  3. Chapter 3 WebDB

    1. Overview of WebDB

    2. WebDB Architecture

  4. Chapter 4 Oracle Application Server (OAS)

    1. How OAS Returns Web Resources

    2. Creating Dynamic Resources

  5. Chapter 5 HTML

    1. Programming in HTML

    2. A Whirlwind Tour

  6. Chapter 6 PL/SQL

    1. Structured Programming in PL/SQL

    2. Programming Constructs

    3. Packages

    4. PL/SQL Tools

  7. Chapter 7 The PL/SQL Toolkit

    1. Communicating with the Outside World

    2. Text Processing

    3. Maintaining State

    4. Improving Productivity

  8. Chapter 8 Developing Applications

    1. Designing a Web Application

    2. Example 1: An Anonymous Survey

    3. Example 2: A Discussion Forum

  9. Chapter 9 XML

    1. Motivations for XML

    2. XML Syntax

    3. The Document Type Definition (DTD)

    4. The XML Parser

    5. Example: Generating an XML Invoice from Oracle

    6. PLSXML Utilities and Demos

    7. XML and iFS

  1. Appendix Appendix: Resources for the Oracle Web Developer

    1. Books

    2. Other Publications

    3. Organizations

    4. Web Sites

    5. Discussion Groups

  2. Colophon