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RE: XML and databases
- From: "Michael Kay" <mike@s...>
- To: "'Arthur S Bridges'" <Arthur_S_Bridges@p...>,<xml-dev@l...>
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 15:00:22 +0100
25,000 records x 12 fields x 20 bytes = 6Mb which is
certainly doable using a single XML document loaded into memory, unless you need
fine-grained transactional updates and concurrency etc. Multiply by 10 and
you're straining it a bit. I think I'd go for an XML
I am working on a large data
classification dictionary in XML and I am wondering at what point do I need to
use a database as a back end.
From a 'table' point of view, I have about a dozen fields and
25,000 records which we project to grow to 250,000+
Each record contains
resource profiles and descriptions as well as ownership information which
needs to be kept up to date with personnel changes.
We plan to use XQuery/XSLT
as well as C# for access/update programming
Has anyone out there had to deal with a project of this
We are planning to run a web
service fro Query and update functions.
Thank you for any response and Suggestions
Arthur Scott Bridges
IT Security — SCD
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