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by Kevin Williams,Patrick Dengler,Jeff Gabriel,Michael Kay,Thomas Maxwell,Marcelo Ochoa,Johnny Papa,Mohan Vanmane,Michael Brundage
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  • Author:
    Kevin Williams,Patrick Dengler,Jeff Gabriel,Michael Kay,Thomas Maxwell,Marcelo Ochoa,Johnny Papa,Mohan Vanmane,Michael Brundage
  • ISBN:
    1861003587
  • ISBN13:
    978-1861003584
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  • Publisher:
    Apress; 1 edition (January 15, 2000)
  • Pages:
    1005 pages
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    Networking & Cloud Computing
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Professional XML Databases examines how to integrate XML into your organization's database infrastructure. For anyone who uses SQL Server 2000, this book also points the way toward using XML standards in actual shipping products on the Microsoft platform.

Professional XML Databases examines how to integrate XML into your organization's database infrastructure. Скачать (pdf, . 9 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. By providing almost a dozen rules on how to do this correctly, the book assures that you'll learn not only the basics of XML syntax but also the correct way to create DTDs that are efficient, easy to maintain, and readable across your business

Finally, a book that covers a different XML approach

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In this book, we look at how to integrate XML into your current relational data source strategies. With the increasing amount of data stored in relational databases. Finally, a book that covers a different XML approach. This book earns its "Database" title right. Indeed, it has to go some XML basics but this book is hugely focused in bringing a practical Database end for XML instead of only explaining XML.

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Technical Architect Jon Duckett. Michael Brundage, Patrick Dengler Jeff Gabriel, Andy Hoskinson, Michael Kay Thomas Maxwell, Marcelo Ochoa Johnny Papa, Mohan Vanmane. About the Authors Kevin Williams Kevin's first experience with computers was at the age of 10 (in 1980) when he took a BASIC class at a local community college on their PDP-9, and by the time he was 12, he stayed up for four days straight hand-assembling 6502 code on his Atari 400.

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this is very well written book. the material presented in this book are exhaustive and gets you good insight on how xml would be used with dbms. the chapters 2,3 and 4 are very informatiove as they list ou tthe steps required for converting db table to xml and vice versa. Good overview of new XML and database trends. com User, April 21, 2001.

In this book, we look at how to integrate XML into your current relational data source strategies

Professional XML Databases by Kevin Williams, Michael Brundage, Michael Brundage, Patrick Dengler, Jeff Gabriel, Andy Hoskinson, Michael Kay, Thomas Maxwell, Marcelo Ochoa, Johnny Papa, Mohan Vanmane.

: In this book, we look at how to integrate XML into your current relational data source strategies. With the increasing amount of data stored in relational databases, and the importance of XML as a format for marking up data - whether it be for storage, display, interchange, or processing - you need to have command of four key skills: understanding how to structure, process, access, and store your data.

By introducing guidelines for how to model your XML documents in relational databases and how to model relational database information as XML, we will establish structures that enable quick and efficient access, and make our data more flexible. We then look at the developer's XML toolbox, discussing associated technologies and strategies that will help us in describing, processing, and manipulating data. We also discuss common techniques for data access, data warehousing, transmission, and marshalling and presentation, giving working examples in every chapter.

Whether you are using XML for storage, as an interchange format, or for display, this book looks at some of the key issues you should be aware of when structuring, processing, accessing, and storing your documents.


Zovaithug
Finally, a book that covers a different XML approach. This book earns its "Database" title right. Indeed, it has to go some XML basics but this book is hugely focused in bringing a practical Database end for XML instead of only explaining XML.
This book covers some SQL Server 2000 XML capabilities for both input and output; it will go over a series of step on HOW to bring a current database into a XML document with DTD; and in reverse, how to take an XML document and create a relational database with it; it goes over data transmission and marshalling; in short, it goes over many many things that DBA will have to go through.
(** at the moment of this review, January 2001, the Amazon Table of Content is definitely wrong (about some PERL book or something) **)
Mazuzahn
I read through this book at more of an advanced developer level, so I'm going to treat it from that level.
The chapter on XQuery was great; it answered many of my questions concisely. There is very little information on the web about XQuery outside the W3.org site, so I was surprised to find such high quality information in a book.
XPath is also a newer API that is covered well in this book, giving you enough information to get your project going.
If you're planning to do any kind of development with XML coming in or going out of a relational database, this is an excellent book to buy. I also recommend Professional XML from Wrox and O'Reilly's XML in a nutshell.
Amhirishes
If you want to exploit SQL's support for XML, this is THE BOOK to buy. The book does NOT come with a CD, but the code samples can be downloaded from Wrox's site in a zip file. This book is not for the XML or SQL novice, but if you have a rudimentary education in either (as I do, I only started using SQL Server 2000 a couple of weeks ago) then you should be able to follow it.
Nalme
But we are working in a mixed environment, so this book was definitely not a be-all-end-all.
The initial (pre-printing) review gave me hope that the information on using XML with MS products would be primarily augmention, but the actual orientation of the book is rather that of preparing engineers with MS experience to use XML with the tools that they have.
Note that many of the code examples use VB.
I would suggest this book as a starting point for MS experienced engineers adding a few XML capabilities to existing databases.
Anayalore
this is very well written book. the material presented in this book are exhaustive and gets you good insight on how xml would be used with dbms. the chapters 2,3 and 4 are very informatiove as they list ou tthe steps required for converting db table to xml and vice versa.
Freighton
There are too many people who work just on MS platforms (VB, VC++) or just in the Jave so why for heaven sake one should buy a book talk about the two of them...