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  • Subject: XML Database transaction processing tests
  • From: Peter Finch <peter@homepla.net>
  • Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 22:21:46 +1100
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Does anyone know any Native XML database transaction
processing tests? For example, what defines a transaction
in an native XML database and what is considered a good
(acceptable) level.

I assume when loading data, it may be as simple as the
amount of data that can be loaded into the database per
second (or something like that). But what about if your
modifying the data at an element level while in the
database? How would you quantify that?

Any ideas?


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