Re: raw storage about NXD
At 07:48 AM 12/23/2003, Qiang Song wrote: >xml-dev: > I have explored NXD for several weeks.and used some industry products > just >like Ipedo and Tamino,also apache open source Xindice.But till now I am >still not very clear about the raw storage form for XML >documents.is it in pure text format?If true,how to execute the query and >update operations.how to index for documents.if using DOM to build a tree >from pure-text XML document before executing query or update,then i think >it will be very low-efficiency. > >Could anybody give me some directions? There are a wide variety of XML database products, which have quite different architectures. They generally support some form of indexing. Some are designed to be fast transactional stores, others are designed primarily as persistent DOMs, still others are designed for content management where keeping track of workflow and changes is of central importance. I suggest you start by reading a variety of articles. Here's a good set to begin with: http://www.rpbourret.com/xml/XMLDBLinks.htm Hope this helps! Jonathan
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