note12-xml - CSc134 DatabaseManagementand FileOrganization

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1 CSc 134 Database Management and  File Organization 12. Introduction to XML and Web  Application Ying Jin Computer Science Department California state University, Sacramento
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2 Introduction HTML is widely used   not suitable for  specifying  structured data  that is extracted from  databases.  XML (eXtended Markup Language) has  emerged as the standard for structuring and  exchanging data over the Web.  XML: structure and meaning of the data rather than just specifying how the Web pages are  formatted for display on the screen. 
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3 XML Hierarchical (Tree) Data Model Elements are identified by their  start  tag  and  end tag.  The tag names are enclosed between  angled brackets <…>, and end tags are  further identified by a backslash </…>. 
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5 Approaches to Storing XML  Documents 1. Using a DBMS to store the documents  as text:   Use a relational or object DBMS to store 
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course CSC CSC 134 taught by Professor Jinyin during the Spring '09 term at CSU Sacramento.

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