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performance figures for xquery processors

Ronald Bourret rpbourret at rpbourret.com
Wed Feb 8 00:22:29 PST 2006


company performance figures
I do.

To me, it's irrelevant whether native XML storage is found in an 
XML-enabled relational database or a standalone native XML database. (It 
is interesting to note that the implementation strategies used by the 
relational companies are similar to and as varied as those found in 
standalone native XML databases.) I tend to forget that not everybody is 
aware of these capabilities, so thanks to Michael for pointing them out.

-- Ron

Michael Rys wrote:

> I agree with Ron, assuming he includes the XML-enabled general database
> systems such as SQL Server, Oracle, and - at some point in the not too
> distant future ;) - DB2.
> 
> Best regards
> Michael




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