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The XMLIndex feature of 11gR1 and later provides you with EXACTLY what you are looking for. We even had a canned demo that shows how the XML Index can be used to drive a Browser based applications that shows what the given set of children are for a particular parent. Unfortunatley none of that is availalbe in 10.2.x
Thanks for the prompt response. Is the 11g demo or document available somewhere that helps me look at how this is done. I doubt we can move to 11G because this will have to be a strategic organizational decision but if I can see a demo or document of this we can make a case.
I know that its not available in 10G but given that we have 10G what is the closest alternative we can get?
Installation and other info is contained in the pdf.
I have tried to install XFiles application but the application does not seem to start. I modified my local config.bat file to provide local connection parameters and then ran the install.bat file which ran many sql's and then finished.
I then tried to go to http://localhost/xfiles but get a broken link.
My config.bat is given below.
How can I verify if the installation is successful or what the issues are ? There are a bunch of log files created under the XFilesIII dir as a result of running the install.bat but I'm not certain which one will have the issue causing the application to not work. Also assuming we can find out the issue at hand, can run the reinstall.bat and rerun the install if needed or do I need to back out the install in some way and then reinstall using the reinstall.bat file?
Btw, my localhost port 80 is not being used by any other application which is why I set the ORAHTTPPORT=80
I'm on Windows 7
http://localhost does not work because I have nothing else(no web server) running on this pc for localhost to work by itself. Its a pretty new pc.
I'm using a local Oracle 11G installed on the pc. I installed Oracle 11G only for this and have not installed any thing beyond setting up a local database instance in it. The database did not have anything in it before I ran the install.bat file.
Do you want me to connect to the local db and verify if there are any objects which show up as invalid or how do you want me to verify this?
I will get my Windows 7 based new laptop in 1-2 weeks time so can't check or reproduce.
IF you address on AN operating system (linux/windows etc) and use ports below portnumber 1024, than you will have to be local administrator / root etc. You are not allowed to claim a port on port 80 if your not a superuser. Due to the the tightened security in Windows Vista/Windows 7 and Windows 2008 you need to be fully privileged, a "look-a-like" local admin is not good enough anymore.
That's why I asked you to check if http://localhost(:80) works. That would mean that the XFILES scripting at least set the port on port 80 and enabled the XDB Protocol Server to accept HTTP calls on port 80. Before you start you will have to have a database with XMLDB installed (see also http://www.liberidu.com/blog/?p=1214). Of course a demo database install would also suffice.
I just have 1 admin account(infact just one account) on the laptop which is used for everything so I would assume that should suffice. Should it not? When I installed 11G I also installed XMLDB as part of the installation so that is already installed.
Can I try to reset the port to more than 1024 and reinstall using the reinstall.bat file?
Does http://localhost work?
(if not) then
Login via SQL*Plus using the sys account
SQL> conn / as sysdba SQL> -- get current XDB Protocol server status (port 0 = disabled, all others = enabled SQL> select dbms_xdb.getHttpPort() from dual; SQL> -- set http port on port 80 or default 8080 SQL> execute dbms_xdb.setHttpPort(80); SQL> -- check status via SQL> select dbms_xdb.getHttpPort() from dual; SQL> host lsnrctl status
Check if it works via http://localhost or http://localhost:80 or http://localhost:8080 etc. Default port in HTTP, so is not explicitly set is port 80, just as port 443 is when using "httpS"