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RE: [xml-dev] Caught napping!

Bill, In a nutshell:

No matter how many tables you put into a design, you
can always find a need for more.

A relational database can not easily evolve with the
ever-growing needs of an internet based society.


 --- Bill de hOra <bdehora@interx.com> wrote: > 
> > Jens
> >
> > I disagree. We need a modelling theory, that
> allows us to 
> > focus on the logical modelling first. Then we need
> methods to 
> > map this logical model to some kind of physical
> storage. Be 
> > it a rdbms, xml-enabled rdbms, hierachical db,
> oodb or a 
> > 'native xml store'.
> What's wrong with the relational data model?
> regards,
> Bill de hÓra 
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