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  • From: "Ronald Bourret" <rpbourret@hotmail.com> (by way of "Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@simonstl.com>)
  • To: XML-Dev Mailing list <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 09:42:29 -0500

For Ron Bourret.


ANN: XML Database Products list updated

I have spent the last week trolling the Web for new database products that 
you can use with XML. Perhaps I've simply gotten better at finding things, 
but it appears the the number of products has exploded since I last updated 
the list three months ago.

For one thing, almost all of the major database companies have released XML 
extensions or are in beta. But there are also a number of native XML 
databases coming to market (particularly intriguing was IceBreaker, which 
has a footprint of < 50K), as well as several persistent DOM 
implementations. On top of this are an ever-growing number of middleware 
products, XML-enabled Web servers, and XML servers -- platforms for 
deploying XML-based e-commerce systems. I can't help but wonder if, in a 
year, the interaction between XML and databases will be so pervasive that 
the list won't even be necessary.

You can find the list at the following URL. Please make sure you get the 
whole URL, as it wraps on many email systems.


Comments and corrections are welcome at rpbourret@hotmail.com. Please note 
that I am traveling and may take two to three weeks to reply.

-- Ron Bourret

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