XML SIG: Exchanging XML Data With Any Relational Database
Come and learn programmatic ways and methods to exchange XML documents corresponding to any DTD to relational databases.
Ale Gicqueau, Business Development Management - HiT Software,Inc
Exchanging XML Data With Any Relational Database
XML has become the lingua franca for data exchange, however you often need a traditional relational database to store, query and manipulate this data. In fact, RDBMS provides superior querying abilities, reduced data set size and richer data type support. This session presents you with programmatic ways and methods to exchange XML documents corresponding to any DTD to relational databases.
First, we will show you how to do it using open source software and secondly how to do it using Allora. At last, we will describe the process to make any relational data available as a web service.
- XML and databases
- The mechanics of importing XML to a relational database using Java
- An example in Java
- Sharing relational data as a web service
About the Presenter
Ale Gicqueau started his career 6 years ago as a Software Developer at IBM, and became an Engineering manager in leading start-up companies later on. He is now leveraging his industry experience to evangelize HiT Software XML technologies:
Allora, that makes any data "speak" XML.
Ale has the ability to bring complex technologies subjects in a form understandable and usable by all. Ale's speaking experience started with teaching experience in college and developed with training, management and sales presentations during his career. More recently, during fall 2001, he spoke both at XMLEdge and SIGS Conference for Java Developers in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Cubberly Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
Palo Alto, CA
7:00-9:00pm presentation and discussion
$15 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
No registration required
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