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XML Feeds vs SQL Queries

  • From: Len Bullard <len.bullard@u...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 12:35:04 -0500

XML Feeds vs SQL Queries

Given a choice for implementing dashboards that support near-real time notifications, would you implement XML feeds or SQL queries and why?


Not that it changes the question, but I am told that MS SQL Server and the ASP design is set up to push one toward SQL providers and away from using XML.  I see lots of articles for implementing either, but the claim is that performance is tuned for the SQL sources not XML.   My intuition was that for dashboards that don't update the database, (eg, read only), that decoupling and using the feed model was a better use of client-server/network resources.



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