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- From: mark hu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "Raheja, Dhruv (TRANS)" <Dhruv.Raheja@Trans.ge.com>, email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2000 16:29:45 -0400
No comments on #1 question
about #2, normally what we do is wrap the object call in XML message - so
when incoming XML document coming in, it'll automaticly mapping to relative
Object Calls ( COM or CORBA ) and those objects will talk to database and on
the way back convert the output data to outcoming XML document - surely you
map to your objects and make DB API calls directly.
about #3, if u combine XSLT and ADO + - it'll be very nice one.
"Breath, Open Up Eys and Think"
----- Original Message -----
From: Raheja, Dhruv (TRANS) <Dhruv.Raheja@Trans.ge.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 1:45 PM
Subject: Designing an XML-Database Application
> hello everybody,
> i have three q's on my mind....i was hoping someone
> will be able to help.
> 1.) Is there any advantage of storing data in XML format versus in a
> object-oriented database that is provided by PDM tools like e-Matrix? Also
> is there any advantage of first converting data into an XML format and
> storing it in such a database?
> 2.) I want to learn how to connect my XML documents with a database. I
> basically want to be able to store my XML data in a database. I then want
> be able to retrieve the data using a front-end that will query the
> and display the results using XML.
> 3.) I have designed a styleheet ( using XSL) that displays my XML document
> in a browser. I need to display the document using PDF. Can somebody
> tell me how?
> thanks a lot,
> Dhruv Raheja
> Summer Intern (Documentation Center)
> GE Transportation Systems
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