Re: native xml processing vs what Postgres and Oracle offer

From: Walter Mitty <>
Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2008 15:30:59 GMT
Message-ID: <TqTYk.2149$>

"paul c" <> wrote in message news:FnSYk.1428$yK5.5_at_edtnps82...
> rpost wrote:
> ...
>> To which he replied: but a forum message is often a reply, and in that
>> case,
>> a reply to a specific other message; this is not a presentation feature
>> but a basic structural property of his forum (and of USENET as well);
> For all we know, the OP's forum could be some idiosyncratic mutant, eg.,
> one-user-at-a-time and synchronous. I'd say it would be more useful to
> consider USENET.

Why wouldn't it be more useful to respond to the OP? Are you trying to answer a question raised by the OP, in terms that make sense to the OP? Or are you trying to generalize the OP's question into one that is relevant across a largwer universe of messages? Received on Mon Dec 01 2008 - 16:30:59 CET

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