An example of database query result in XML
M.H.Kay at eng.icl.co.uk
Tue Mar 24 10:52:00 GMT 1998
>Anyway, I thought some of you might find what I did interesting so here is
>fragment of XML returned by XDO.
It's certainly interesting and instructive: I would never have thought of
doing the metadata in quite that way.
Is it really practical to have quite so much tagging? I know it will
beautifully for transmission over a network, but compressing a gigabyte
file is not something one does just for fun. Using shorter tags (e.g. <c1>,
<c2> for the cells would be a simple fix, but it's still much bigger than a
I would be interested to know why you chose the representation
<row col1="A" col2="B"/>
One other minor comment, are you doing anything to preserve white space
in the data content?
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