XML's Impact on Databases and Data Sharing

  title={XML's Impact on Databases and Data Sharing},
  author={Leonard J. Seligman and Arnon Rosenthal},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
ions through standard interfaces, as Figure A shows. In the end, XML text might be used mainly for document management applications and at the interfaces between loosely coupled systems—for example, for data exchange over the Web. Document Object Model interface XQuery interface Tools Proprietary format (for example, in a database management system) Extensible Markup Language text Figure A. Abstract interfaces replacing XML text. Web developers will increasingly access XML document collections… CONTINUE READING
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