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Trying to read some data stored in a Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.2.0) database stored as the data type "XMLTYPE", using the JDBC driver.

Oracle® XML DB Developer's Guide 11 g Release 2 (11.2) seems to indicate I should be using an XMLType and that I will need a xdb.jar and an xmlparserv2.jar file

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 JDBC Drivers for the 11.2.0.2 and earlier seem to be missing the xdb.jar and xmlparserv2.jar files?

Where does one find these files To be able to correctly utilize the java import for "oracle.xdb.XMLType" for this version of 11g?

Try looking on the database server.

Page 31-7 of the Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide you linked to mentions that the xmlparserv2 JAR file can be found in $ORACLE_HOME/lib. On my Oracle XE database I found a copy of xdb.jar under $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/jlib. Having said that, though, XE is not a full Oracle database so I'm not promising that you'll find this JAR in the same location on your database.

If you have an Oracle client installed, you may also want to try looking in similar folders within the client installations.

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xdb6.jar is also available to download on the JDBC download page

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I am in some sort of a similar situation. I got multiple parsing to do with Groovy XMLParser and when I added xmlparserv2.jar mentioned above my other parsing quit working. So i decided to approach the problem differently:

  1. get the XML_TYPE column as a clob, by calling getClobVal() in the sql

  2. on the groovy side I called ?.asciiStream.text on that column

E.g.

String sql = "select xml_type_col.getClobVal() as xml_clob from my_table"
sql.eachRow(sql) { row ->

            println row.xml_clob?.asciiStream.text
}

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Readme Information for Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.2), If your older database is using a time zone file version greater than 14, then you must state after installing or upgrading to 11.2.0.2.0 or after an Oracle Clusterware To upgrade the OLAP API client JARs, include these new JARs in the Java calling the subprogram in question as it was on calling the most recent parse. Oracle's Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC) technology is a new (to Oracle Database 11g Release 2) method for organizing data within a database block. HCC utilizes a combination of both row and columnar methods for storing data. A logical construct called the compression unit is used to store a set of HCC-compressed rows.

Comments
  • Do you have access to the server the database is running on? You may find the JARs you need in $ORACLE_HOME/lib or perhaps $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/jlib. Page 31-7 of the PDF you link to mentions the former location as where to find xmlparserv2 JAR and I found xdb.jar in the latter location (although I'm running XE so make of that what you will).
  • I currently don't have access to the server, but I did find that similar info yesterday and sent it to the database admins. @LukeWoodward your commment looks like an answer to me you should make it one...