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Re: What is the logic of storing XML in a Database?

From: Cimode <cimode_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 29 Mar 2007 12:42:29 -0700
Message-ID: <1175197348.967667.30310@y80g2000hsf.googlegroups.com>


On 29 mar, 21:25, "Marshall" <marshall.spi..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 29, 12:09 pm, "Cimode" <cim..._at_hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On 29 mar, 20:26, "Marshall" <marshall.spi..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > The binding protocol would of course allow
> > to bind several widgets to the same relation.
>
> Of course! :-)
>
>
>
> > > > Periodically, clients would be able to gather existing schemas
> > > > according to areas of interest using simple routines such as
>
> > > > Pull.(AllSchema, AreaofInterest)
>
> > > > Given the amount of space and resources saved, the client could easily
> > > > and punctually renew such schemas...Some kind of language would
> > > > require to be created for that (or maybe an extension of a relationnal
> > > > querying language)...
>
> > > I didn't quite understand this part. I usually think of clients as
> > > having the schema they are written against "built-in." This
> > > makes it sound like clients are using dynamic schema.
> > > That makes sense for ad hoc queries but not so much for
> > > client code, which I think of as fixed.
>
> > I was thinking of the possibility of renewing schemas periodically to
> > allow the inclusion of new querying capabilities depending on areas of
> > interest of users.
>
> Ohhhhhhhhhhh ...
>
> I never thought of that. That's ... a *really* interesting idea.
>
> > For instance, imagine that the client would have
> > *core* routines that would allow it for instance to get the weather at
> > any time. Then imagine that a user passing by a stock market wireless
> > point of access could automatically get the ability to pull out
> > *finance* related information thanks to the periodic induction of
> > short life span schemas...
>
> Ohhhhhhhhhhhh ...
>
> Oh, my. Oh, dear. You have changed the way I think
> about this. Oh, my.
>
> Now my whole day will be consumed thinking about the
> implications of this, and I'll not get anything else done.
> My wife will be quite unhappy with you. :-)
LOL...
Then, maybe I should introduce her to my own wife. One never knows: they just might make something out of their misery marrying db fanatics...;)

> Marshall
Received on Thu Mar 29 2007 - 14:42:29 CDT

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