Xml and Object Database

Kacper Nowicki kacper at odi.com
Thu Dec 3 19:29:03 GMT 1998

At 07:48 AM 12/3/98 -0800, Prashanth K. Salur wrote:
>Hi All,
>While creating an Object database for an XML file, is it advisable to 
>store just the root node of the XML file or store each node of the XML 
>file seperately.

It depends on what you plan to do.
If you want to run a query on XML document content, you'll be better off
storing each node separately.

If you will send this document to other recipent without any processing, I
guess you can store it as a (Unicode) String.


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