oXygen XML Editor can perform XQuery/XPath queries against a database
through a connection to the database server. A dedicated collection of database exploring
views are grouped together in a database perspective layout.
The following two demonstrations display the integration between oXygen XML
Author and Databases:
- Database Perspective
Using the Database
perspective, you can browse tables or collections from databases, execute XQuery or SQL
queries, inspect or modify data, and specify XML Schemas for the XML fields and
- IBM DB2 XML Support
The support for IBM DB2 Pure XML
database includes: multiple server connections, resource management, XML Schema
registration, XQuery and SQL execution, and table data editing.
- eXist Support
The support for eXist database includes
multiple server connections, XQuery execution, resource management, and editing.
oXygen supports eXist database server versions 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5.
- MarkLogic Support
The support for MarkLogic XML database
includes multiple server connections, XQuery execution and debugging, resource
management, and editing through WebDAV.
- Oracle Berkeley DB XML support
The support for Oracle Berkeley DB XML database includes resource management
and editing, XQuery execution, and debugging/profiling.
- Other Supported Databases