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- Subject: FW: [xml-dev] Question for updating existing XML file
- From: "Maxim Grinev" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 11:46:54 +0400
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> On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 06:51:50PM +0400, Maxim Grinev wrote:
> > it can be easily done with XML documents stored in an XML database
> > system. For example, try Sedna
> > (http://www.modis.ispras.ru/Development/sedna.htm). Using Sedna you
> > can do this by loading the XML document into database and
> then running
> > statements in an update language.
> Does anyone know of anything like this which is *not* written in Java?
> Despite Java supposedly being cross-platform, the Senda homepage says it
> *requires* Windows NT/2000/XP, and I need something to run under FreeBSD,
> Solaris and/or Linux. (I have other reasons for disliking Java,
> but I won't
> bore you with them here...)
Sedna itself is written in C/C++ and Scheme (mainly query optimization).
Java API is written in Java as driver over our open socket-based protocol.
There is also a Scheme API driver written in Scheme over the same protocol.
API for other languages can be implemented as well.
We started porting Sedna to Linux. The Linux version of Sedna is expected in
the Sedna team