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RE: XML versus Relational Database
- From: "Vegt, Jan" <Jan.Vegt@softwareag.com>
- To: 'Linda Grimaldi' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2001 14:42:54 +0100
>Would anyone care to itemize the features they consider essential in a
>"decent" XML database? I have my own, but I am hopelessly biased...
Sure, here are my favorites :
I like the dynamic typing and Data Guides as developed in Lore/Lorel.
I like the DTD/XSchema is database schema concept in several XML databases.
I like the X-Tension interfacing with dynamic data as in Tamino.
I like the ranking, workflow and powerful text retrieval in SIM-DMS.
I like the view concept as explored in Strudel.
I like the overall vision in Verso.
Disclaimer : my views are my own, not my employer's, unless proven