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The Definitive Guide to Berkeley DB XML

Brian, Daniel

2006, XXI, 399 p.

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XML is the industry standard for the sharing, formatting, and processing of data. Still, the bulk of applications that require persistent storage use relational databases, converting data to and from XML, and adding overhead, latency, and unnecessary application layers.

This book covers Sleepycat's Berkeley DB XML, an embedded XML database, and will show you how to avoid that added overhead by utilizing a storage mechanism that stores the data natively in XML. Berkeley DB XML runs on all major operating systems and has support for the most popular programming languages.

Berkeley DB XML has the potential to dramatically change and simplify the development of your application's data tier.

Programmers and engineers owe it to themselves to understand the technologies that are taught in this book. XML developers love it for its elegance: BDB XML brings that same elegance to the data store: no more SQL, no more database daemons, no more complex schemas or table techniques to make semantically rich data relational. Of course relational database have and will always have a place in network applications. But for a large portion of the applications being built, B

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Keywords » C++ programming language - Extensible Markup Language (XML) - Java - Open Source - PHP - Perl - XML - XML schema - XPath - XQuery - databases - language - operating system - programming - techniques

Related subjects » Software Engineering

Table of contents 

  1. A Quick Look at Berkeley DB XML
  2. The Power of an Embedded XML Database
  3. Installation and Configuration
  4. Getting Started
  5. Environments, Containers, and Documents
  6. Indexes
  7. XQuery with BDB XML
  8. BDB XML with C++
  9. BDB XML with Python
  10. BDB XML with Java
  11. BDB XML with Perl
  12. BDB XML with PHP
  13. Managing Databases

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