Using an Oracle Directory as DocumentRoot in Oracle Http Server

¿Is it possible that OHS(Oracle Http Server) use an Oracle Directory(directory object in database) as its DocumentRoot? The idea behind that is put the web application's files in Oracle Directories for easily make updates and versioning.
Thank you very much for your help in advance.

Thanks Gary , Your reply is perfectly correct ,
I have verified the same with ETL data lineage guide ,
The Columns that match to the MCAL_CAL_NAME~MCAL_PERIOD_TYPE
Query for same to get from EBS Source will be
select period_set_name , period_type From gl_periods ;
Thanks For Help !!
Neeraj Saini

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