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Re: [xml-dev] What is the general direction you are seeing thesedays to store and query lots of large complex XML?

Thatıs a good point!

I think a parallel point would be what the data is like: is it something
thatıs inherently large (i.e. deeply hierarchic and/or with many cross
dependencies between nodes)?  Or could it be treated as a series of more
manageable documents?

Again, youıd tackle the problems with different tools.


On 05/03/2015 14:33, "Michael Kay" <mike@saxonica.com> wrote:

>> Hi Folks,
>> I have large, complex XML that I want to be able to query using XPath
>>and XQuery.
>I have a wide river that I want to cross. How do I go about it? First I
>estimate its width. If I tell people it's 2Km wide, I'm more likely to
>get a sensible answer than if I only tell people it's wide.
>We're engineers. We like to measure things. 10Mb and 100Gb are both
>large, but they require different technologies. Complexity can be
>measured too.
>Michael Kay

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