hierarchical database for repository

Ed Nixon ed.nixon at LynnParkPlace.org
Sat Jan 8 00:30:38 GMT 2000

Same boat. Please post to the list!                 ...edN

> Simon St.Laurent
> Sent: Friday, January 07, 2000 6:23 PM
> Subject: hierarchical database for repository
> I'm looking around for a cheap - ideally open source - hierarchical
> database to use with some XML experiments.  I'm aware of 
> ADABAS and Tamino
> from Software AG (which are way out of the price range) and 
> dbb, a Berkeley
> binary tree DB that gets used in lots of LDAP applications.  
> Simplicity is
> a virtue - I'm not looking for something that does it all, 
> just something I
> can feed tree structures and get them back again.
> I'd love to think such a thing exists in Java, but so far I 
> haven't found
> anything at all there, so I'll take what I can find.  If 
> anyone knows of
> anything, please let me know at simonstl at simonstl.com or post 
> to the list.
> Thanks!
> Simon St.Laurent

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