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Re: XML Feeds vs SQL Queries

  • From: "Peter Hunsberger" <peter.hunsberger@g...>
  • To: "Len Bullard" <len.bullard@u...>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 12:48:19 -0500

Re:  XML Feeds vs SQL Queries
On 8/8/07, Len Bullard <len.bullard@u...> wrote:
> Given a choice for implementing dashboards that support near-real time
> notifications, would you implement XML feeds or SQL queries and why?

I'd want to know more about the requirements:

- # of end users ?
- distributed or  local  (inside or outside the firewall) ?
- many or few points to be monitored ?
- is customization per individual required (feeds and / or look and feel)?

For example, if we need highly customizable distributed clients I'd
likely end up looking at XML with client side XSLT.  Or conversely, if
 no customization was required everything was local, behind the
firewall and we already had a MS environment then SQL might make

Peter Hunsberger

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