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by Akmal B. Chaudhri,Awais Rashid,Roberto Zicari
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  • Author:
    Akmal B. Chaudhri,Awais Rashid,Roberto Zicari
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    0201844524
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    978-0201844528
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    Addison-Wesley Professional; 1 edition (March 22, 2003)
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    688 pages
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    Databases & Big Data
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XML Data Management-with its contributions from experts at the forefront of the XML field-addresses these key .

XML Data Management-with its contributions from experts at the forefront of the XML field-addresses these key issues and challenges, offering insights into the advantages and drawbacks of various XML solutions, best practices for modeling information with XML, and developing custom, in-house solutions. In this book, you will find discussions on the newest native XML databases, along with information on working with XML-enabled relational database systems. In addition, "XML Data Management thoroughly examines benchmarks and analysis techniques for performance of XML databases.

Written for both XML and relational database professionals, XML Data Management provides a promising new approach to data . Awais Rashid is a Lecturer in the Computing Department of Lancaster University in the .

Written for both XML and relational database professionals, XML Data Management provides a promising new approach to data management, one that is sure to positively impact the way organizations manage and exchange information. He has actively published on these topics and has organized a number of relevant international events.

by Roberto Zicari, Awais Rashid, Akmal B. Chaudhri. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional. Release Date: March 2003. XML Data Management-with its contributions from experts at the forefront of the XML field-addresses these key issues and challenges, offering insights into the advantages and drawbacks of various XML solutions, best practices for modeling information with XML, and developing custom, in-house solutions.

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This comprehensive guide to XML and databases covers both native XML databases such as Tamino, and using XML in existing databases such as Oracle 9i and SQL Server 2000. ISBN13:9780201844528. Release Date:March 2003.

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XML-enabled database and native XML database are two approaches that have . Chaudhri, Akmal, Roberto Zicari, and Awais Rashid.

XML-enabled database and native XML database are two approaches that have been proposed to address this challenge. These two approaches are a legacy database systems which are extended to store, retrieve and manipulate XML-based data. management: native XML and XML enabled DataBase systems. Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing C. In. 2003. Native XML databases are focused on applications that need to store whole XML documents, in contrast with applications that simply store data that may or may not have been in an XML format.

This comprehensive guide to XML and databases covers both native XML databases such as Tamino, and using XML in existing databases such as Oracle 9i and SQL Server 2000.

Vareyma
At our company, we write Java applications. Soon, we got to the point that we needed a more formal way to read/write data than merely an ad hoc approach. We use XML. The obvious approach is to use a well tested relational database, like those supplied by IBM, Oracle or Microsoft. A problem was getting detailed, objective explanations of what would be involved with each choice. Each vendor is perfectly willing to be our "friend" and supply us with reams of documentation. But still...
The chapters in this book that describe how to hook up XML to those 3 vendors' databases were excellent and clear.
But what we ended up doing was going with something suggested in ANOTHER chapter - building an embedded XML database. You will not see this advocated by a vendor; there is no sale for them here. Other than this book, we found it tough to get lucid explanations of the pros and cons of this route. It will take more work, but we hope it will give better performance - no interprocess communication, for one thing. Plus of course no licence fees, and easier installation and management, since we will have access/own all the source code. This was not our original intention, by any means. But the book's comparative analysis was so persuasive that we ended up taking this road. (Hopefully, it will not be a dead end.)
That one chapter on embedded XML databases was, to us, the most precious thing in the entire book!
Dancing Lion
I think it is a very good book. It describes several actors in the XML data storage world. It also points out several strategies to deal with XML in relational databases.

It is very easy to read and the language is very clear.

Some experience in XML and how to store it is recommended in order to get the most of it.

I really enjoyed the chapter on eXist as it really goes into details about the index and storage architecture. It is stays quite high level though.

It helps you understand pros and cons of the different products and architectures (client/server as opposed to embedded).

Everyone dealing with XML storage should read it.