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Re: Jim Gray article on Next Generation Databases

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On 5/3/05, Ken North <kennorth@s...> wrote:

> > Seems like an interesting starting point for thinking about the
> > relationship between XQuery and SOA, and their relationship to other
> > systems.
> Thoughts along the same line -- Jim Gray and Michael Rys of Microsoft, Andrew
> Mendelson of Oracle, Rob High and Nelson Mattos of IBM.

Thanks for those links.  I think I've posted this link before, but
it's quite relevant to the intersection of SOAs and DBMS

It doesn't say a lot about XQuery, but XQuery can be used to find
service messages with XML content.

BTW, there is another good article in that issue of ACM Queue by Margo
Selzer, a Harvard professor and CTO of Sleepycat, called Beyond
Relational Databases.  It's not online yet, but look for it later if
you don't have access to the printed magazine.


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