Re: perhaps OT: ?s on native XML DBs and filesystem XM
Michael Kay wrote:
Well this is definitely discouraging... What do you feel is the required expense? (I am not opposed to paying what is necessary...) I would like to help paying for it by using the filesystem based app until it is necessary to move to the DB. I was hoping to get answers more to the issues of performance and scalability.2) What are people's impressions of native XML DBs? Who is the best? Who is the best for a small budget (hopefully much less than 25k)?
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