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XML Data Management

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XML Data Management

XML Data Management

Native XML and XML-Enabled Database Systems

676 pages, parution le 29/04/2003

Résumé

"This is an excellent book that combines a practical and analytical look at the subject."
Leo Korman, Principal Software Engineer, KANA Software

As organizations begin to employ XML within their information-management and exchange strategies, data management issues pertaining to storage, retrieval, querying, indexing, and manipulation increasingly arise. Moreover, new information-modeling challenges also appear. XML Data Management-with its contributions from experts at the forefront of the XML field-addresses these key issues and challenges, offering insights into the advantages and drawbacks of various XML solutions, best practices for modeling information with XML, and developing custom, in-house solutions.

In this book, you will find discussions on the newest native XML databases, along with information on working with XML-enabled relational database systems. In addition, XML Data Management thoroughly examines benchmarks and analysis techniques for performance of XML databases.

Topics covered include:

  • The power of good grammar and style in modeling information to alleviate the need for redundant domain knowledge
  • Tamino's XML storage, indexing, querying, and data access features
  • The features and APIs of open source eXist
  • Berkeley DB XML's ability to store XML documents natively
  • IBM's DB2 Universal Database and its support for XML applications
  • Xperanto's method of addressing information integration requirements
  • Oracle's XMLType for managing document centric XML documents
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2000's support for exporting and importing XML data
  • A generic architecture for storing XML documents in a relational database
  • X007, XMach-1, XMark, and other benchmarks for evaluating XML database performance

Numerous case studies demonstrate real-world problems, industry-tested solutions, and creative applications of XML data management solutions.

Written for both XML and relational database professionals, XML Data Management provides a promising new approach to data management, one that is sure to positively impact the way organizations manage and exchange information.

Contents

  • What is XML?
    • Information Modeling with XML
  • Native XML Databases
    • Tamino-Software AG's Native XML Server
    • eXist Native XML Database
    • Embedded XML Databases
  • XML And Relational Databases
    • IBM XML-Enabled Data Management Product Architecture and Technology
    • Supporting XML in Oracle9i
    • XML Support in Microsoft SQL Server 2000
    • A Generic Architecture for Storing XML Documents in a Relational Database
    • An Object-Relational Approach to Building a High Performance XML Repository
  • Applications of XML
    • Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics
    • Case Studies of XML used with IBM DB2 Universal Database
    • The Design and Implementation of an Engineering Data Management System Using XML and J2EE
    • Geographical Data Interchange Using XML-Enabled Technology within the GIDB System Space Wide Web by Adapters in Distributed Systems Configuration from Reusable Components
    • XML as a Unifying Framework for Inductive Databases
    • Designing and Managing an XML Warehouse
  • Performance and Benchmarks
    • XML Management System Benchmarks
    • The Michigan Benchmark: A Micro-Benchmark for XML Query Performance Diagnostics
    • A Comparison of Database Approaches for Storing XML Documents
    • Performance Analysis between XML-Enabled Database and Native XML Database
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • Index

L'auteur Akmal Chaudhri

Akmal B. Chaudhri works for IBM developerWorks, where he is also Zone Editor for Special Projects. A recognized authority on objects and databases, he has been a regular presenter at many international conferences, including OOPSLA and Object World. In addition, he has edited several books on these topics.

L'auteur Awais Rashid

Awais Rashid is a Lecturer in the Computing Department of Lancaster University in the U.K. where he leads research into the application of new technologies, such as XML and aspect-oriented programming, and database systems. He has actively published on these topics and has organized a number of relevant international events.

L'auteur Roberto Zicari

Roberto Zicari is a full Professor for Databases and Information Systems at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. He is an internationally recognized expert in Object Technology. He has consulted and lectured in Europe, North America, and Japan.

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "XML Data Management"

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Éditeur(s) Addison Wesley
Auteur(s) Akmal Chaudhri, Awais Rashid, Roberto Zicari
Parution 29/04/2003
Nb. de pages 676
Format 18,6 x 23,5
Couverture Broché
Poids 1027g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780201844528

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