If you have READ, WRITE access you will be able to read the standardData.xsd file if it exists in the server directories (outside the database) c:\temp or /tmp. Of course you can pick other directories as long as the Oracle software server owner can access those directories on the OS where the database resides.
SQL> -- Windows SQL> create or replace directory XML_TEST as 'c:\temp'; SQL> -- Linux/Unix SQL> create or replace directory XML_TEST as '/tmp';
I connected as SYS AS SYSDBADo not use this account for registering schema as it will register the schema within the SYS user and that is not what you want and can cause issues. Log in as a the user who will be using the schema, ideally, otherwise use some other account.
Enter user-name: dev_ocs as sysdbaThere is no need for "as sysdba" for these commands.
The db I'm using is 11.2 usually XE, but I may have to switch to another edition as I'm begining to suspect not all of XML DB is present.XE should be fine for all XML DB features.
XE should be fine for all XML DB features.Thats not true Marc...
Database Web services: No?