cis562f10_note12_XMLStore

cis562f10_note12_XMLStore - Chapter 6 Web Data Exchange and...

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1 Chapter 6 Web Data Exchange and Storage Reading: pp. 94-97, 151-178 and 207-216 in Coursepack; Lecture Notes 1. Using XML in the Web Maybe another gateway/adaptor - The data source can be a set of XM L files, a relational database, an object-oriented database, a hybrid (e.g., XML/relational) database, or a set of files in other formats of files in other formats. - We have seen a simple way to present relational tables in XML files (from the assignment). In fact, we can also use SQL queries to put the query result into XML format:
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2 SQL/XML (i.e., SQL 2003) is designed to support XML. There are many articles on how to convert other data formats into XML files formats into XML files. Another issue: how to store XML data? XML files -- native XML database Approaches systems: not mature yet relational or other database We discuss how to save XML data in relational tables.
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3 2. Store XML in relational DB — storing an XML file in relational tables is called “shredding” fine-grained approach — approaches coarse-grained approach
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2011 for the course CIS 550 taught by Professor Yoon,d during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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cis562f10_note12_XMLStore - Chapter 6 Web Data Exchange and...

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