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If XML is an "interchange" format - then why am I storing it?  Why 
don't I convert it to my format (which I designed because it is 
convenient where the XML "interchange" format is not).  Does this even 
make sense?  I don't think it does.

On Saturday, October 26, 2002, at 06:57  AM, Ken North wrote:
> Think of a database as a container for all types of data -- enabling 
> you to run
> powerful queries.
> If databases can store audio, images, video, text and biometric data, 
> why should
> XML be a "can of worms".
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