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Designing XML Databases

by Mark Graves

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Designing XML Databases is the most comprehensive guide to XML-based database design in Web and enterprise environments. If you already own an XML-enabled database system, you'll discover powerful design techniques for making the most of it. If you're working with a conventional RDBMS, you'll learn better ways to utilize it in XML application development. And if you're constructing an XML-based database from scratch, you'll master a complete, schema-based conceptual framework, using a start-to-finish case study. Designing XML Databases introduces state-of-the-art XML-based data modeling techniques, demonstrating how to integrate database design, DBMS system design, and XML application design. Discover practical approaches to storing XML data in object-oriented, relational, and flat-file databases; learn how to build effective XML database queries; and how to construct effective XSL and Java user interfaces to Web XML databases. You'll find comprehensive coverage of XML database architecture and native indexing; techniques for integrating XML databases into broader enterprise systems; and specific solutions for environments with custom requirements, such as scientific research. For all database professionals, XML application developers, system architects, and technical leaders involved in enterprise/Web development.

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