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Re: storing xml files into database

  • From: Bill Lindsey <bill@b...>
  • To: Frank Richards <frichards@s...>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 11:47:41 -0700

progress database download
Yep. It's been running in production deployments for over a 
year, and yes, scalability is a benefit of this approach.
You can request white paper(s) and a fully functional eval 
through B-Bop's web site.
I'll pass that suggestion for a stronger marketing emphasis
to the appropriate b-boppers.


Frank Richards wrote:
> If you (B-Bop) have this running, I really recommend some technical
> marketing -- whitepapers and conference talks.
[ ... ]
> while the relational based ones start painful, but don't get
> any worse as you go from a department to the Fortune 500.


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