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RE: Generating xml pages from database queries.

  • From: Danny Ayers <danny@p...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 23:43:51 +0600

generate xml from database
I had a mail from another vendor of a 'Native XML Database' recently, I was
wondering if you use the same definition - the DB is backed by text files on
a filesystem ?

Danny Ayers

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Duane Nickull [mailto:duane@x...]
>Sent: 11 May 2001 13:03
>To: Michael Rys; Danny Ayers; Venugopal Siripuram; xml-dev@l...
>Subject: Re: Generating xml pages from database queries.
>> It isn't necessary to use DOM to generate XML, especially
>> from flat data coming from a RDBMS - it's only text, after
>> all. Some basic example code for JDBC -> XML and XML -> JDBC
>> can be found here : http://www.isacat.net/2001/code/
>> >>>
>If you're doing that,  you may also try using a Native XML database.  You
>can save yourself a huge amount of time and grief.
>Download GoXML DB Trial at:
>or check out online demo at:
>I am interested to know if this fits your needs.
>Duane Nickull
>CTO, XML Global Technologies


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