The Definitive Guide to Berkeley DB XML
This book teaches the basics of XML with an original approach, using real-world examples from an interesting (and operating) environment with broad applicability. It covers the full spectrum of Berkeley DB XML tools, including the command-line shell, transactions, rollbacks, replication, archiving and monitoring. Techniques and concepts that have broad applicability outside of the subject matter are skillfully explained: XML, XPath, XQuery, XML schemas, all industry-standard technologies that find one of their best tutorial treatments, and all in the context of a simple database solution. The book also presents a remarkable example of query power.
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The Power of an Embedded XML Database
Installation and Configuration
Environments Containers and Documents
XQuery with BDB XML
BDB XML with C++
BDB XML with Java
BDB XML with Perl
BDB XML with PHP
BDB XML API Reference
BDB XML with Python