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   GZIP is an HTTP standard

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>Uhh, XML database servers manipulate XML :-)

What XML databases do internally is what gives them competitive advantage!

A good XML database should be standards based, like XML via HTTP (preferably
wrapped into your favorite languages API, like Java, C++, C#, perl, python,

>It would be *nice* if there were open standard(s) for things like XML
subsets that are easier to parse and/or alternative serializations of the
infoset that are more efficient to exchange over standard protocols.  I
suspect that a lot
of people are reinventing the same wheels, and it would be nice to see
standards in this area.

XML over HTTP 1.1 (http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec3.html)
with GZIP (RFC 1952 ).  All are standard protocols, the compression is
happening on the front end of your n-tier architecture from the web server
itself (much less strain than running SSL), and the client surely has enough
horsepower to unzip the payload, as time saved from the reduced transmission
via slower connections (remember, wireless G3 is a whopping 144K).

How do you think Web Services will ever work without all these middleware

Owen Walcher


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