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   Re: [xml-dev] This is what im trying to do.

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You are right Mahdi. But so far Im facing some hardware restrictions at my
job. I need a server to operate and do some tests regarding the project Im

Te matter is that all I have is a pc workstation with w2k a hard drive of 20
Gb and a processor x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 6 GenuineIntel ~667 Mhz,
with 63.968 of RAM.

With these, what can I do?

So, in order to build what I need I have to find something that permits me
to go as faster as I can. Java has some fetures regarding a GUI I might use
to achieve a RAD, and so far Ive heard that XML has its own GUI, is it

PHP doesnt have a GUI (as far as I know) and MySQL neither. Although its
true they are very light, they dont have a RAD (as far as I know). If I
decide to go for it, Ill need all the help I can get, and honestly
speaking, I dont know a bit about PHP language.

What I really need (I guess) is an XML feture that has the possibilities to
manage a database including all the principles of managing a database
system. Ive being advised to use NeoCore XMS. I visited its web site and
as far as I read it pleases me. What do you think about it?

 Can you please advise me about all these?



P.D. I apologise for my English grammar. English is not my mother tonge. I
do my best.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mahdi Mankai" <manm08@uqo.ca>
To: "Lic. Daniel Alfredo Betancourt Reboso" <dabet@infosol.gtm.sld.cu>
Cc: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] This is what im trying to do.

> About database, I think that MySQL was the most plateform-independant
> database I know.
> I think even that php is more suitable for light applications
> (retrieving and updating database from a webpage) in old hardware. Java
> is greedy in resources.
> Lic. Daniel Alfredo Betancourt Reboso wrote:
> >Hi:
> >Thanks for the answer.
> >
> >This is what im trying to do:
> >
> >A Web service that uses a Database System and retrieve information from
it into
> >a web page. And allow updates and modification to the database through a
> >page, and keep the fundamentals of a Database  (Integrity, and so on you
> >know).
> >
> >All this taking into account that there are a few PCs old hardware at my
> >who need to be connected to the web service.
> >
> >Im looking a plataformfor independent technology. Im toward XML and
> >
> >At the beginning I thought of PHP and MySQL, but it is some how a
> >dependent, isnt it?. Any way, Java and XML are much more future like
> >and has many advantages I might use to make portable and scalable my
> >
> >I would like to use a database system that runs independently with Java
or with
> >XML, is there any?
> >
> >Any coments or ideas to improve my intends?
> >Regards....
> >Daniel...
> >
> >
> >
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