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You can use the repository to access any data that is stored in Oracle Database.

You can access data in the repository in the following ways (see Figure 1-1): Relational databases are traditionally poor at managing hierarchical structures and traversing a path or a URL.

To keep the article simple and make it easy to understand the repository pattern, we use a single book entity in the application.

The repository pattern is intended to create an abstraction layer between the data access layer and the business logic layer of an application.

Oracle XML DB Repository provides you with a hierarchical organization of XML content in the database.

You can query and manage it as if it were organized using files and folders.One guess is that the data for User B has some funky hidden characters or something and therefore is causing the service to close unexpectedly. It's pretty simple to set up (assuming you can edit the configs): this helps. I had a similar problem and in my case, the Service Trace Viewer showed me an exception being thrown while trying to serialize an enum value.The operation was trying to return an object that includes this enum without initalizing it first, and the enum definition had no member for the default value (0). I did this and it enabled me to pinpoint the issue.Oracle XML DB is included as part of Oracle Database starting with Oracle9 Table 1-1 lists the reference documentation for the PL/SQL, C, and C Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that you can use to manipulate XML data.The main reference for PL/SQL, C, and C APIs is Although Oracle XML DB Repository treats XML content specially, you can use the repository to store other kinds of data besides XML.In this article we will implement a "One-per business model" approach to design a repository in which there is a repository class for each entity type.