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Re: Theory question: Node trees and SQL.

Subject: Re: Theory question: Node trees and SQL.
From: "Mukul Gandhi" <gandhi.mukul@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 00:23:12 +0530
philip oldham
On 7/4/06, Phillip B Oldham <phillip.oldham@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'd like to ask what in your opinion is the best way to store trees in
SQL for use with XSL translation.

I think we can naturally imagine the relational database as an XML tree, where we would see the tables, rows, and columns as elements in the XML document.

For e.g. a list of employees (an example taken from Oracle RDBMS docs)
can be modeled as the XML structure:

   ..<!-- other columns -->
  ... <!-- other rows -->

This could be stored in the relational database as an EMPLOYEE table.



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