hierarchical database for repository

Frank Richards frichards at poet.com
Sat Jan 8 17:28:51 GMT 2000


You can do what you want with the Poet OSS. It's an object database, which of course means 
it can be but needn't be hierarchical. It has complete Java bindings. There's a free eval 
version for download...You only have to pay when you start shipping that killer app.

I support Poet's Content Management System. This is the database the CMS is built on and 
it's good stuff. (Or I wouldn't have taken the job:))

On Fri, 7 Jan 2000 15:29:21 -0800, Simon St.Laurent wrote:

>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.

Frank Richards
Poet Software
781-238-0208 x333
frichards at poet.com

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