[FRPythoneers] Kickoff of the XMLRockyMountain User Group - November 6th - NEED RSVP

Evelyn Mitchell efm at tummy.com
Tue Oct 2 10:33:57 MDT 2001


Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2001 10:30:24 -0600
From: Jay Zimmerman <jzimmerman at completeprogrammer.net>
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Subject: [rmiug-discuss] Kickoff of the XMLRockyMountain User Group -
    November 6th - NEED RSVP

Good News......   We are starting an XML user group for the Denver/Boulder area.  Our inaugural session is on November 6th from 6:30 - 8:45 PM.  We will be meeting at the Front Range Community College Library, room #268L.  The room will accomodate a maximum of 40 people, so please RSVP if you would like to attend.  
XMLRockyMountain User Group will be meeting monthly on the first Tuesday of the month.  If you are interested in being involved with the group as a sponsor, speaker or executive committee, send me an email.
Date:  November 6th, 2001
Location:  Front Range Community College Library Room #L268, located east of 112th and Sheridan
Topic: Native XML Databases
Presenter: Mike Rymkiewicz, Technical Evangelist - NeoCore (www.neocore.com) 
"NATIVE" XML DATABASES
As the use of XML in enterprise applications increases, many IT organizations are facing the need to store XML documents.  These XML documents could be small in size - representing credit card transactions, or could be several megabytes large - representing a log of all customer interactions.  Many IT organizations that are intimately familiar with relational databases are using their existing RDBMS to store these XML documents.  This puts them on a collision path with XML itself.  Relational databases were never designed for dealing with extensible data - the X in XML.  A more appropriate solution is to store XML documents in a native XML database.

 

This talk will explain what is a native XML database.  We will explain why the storage of XML requires a new type of database.  We will further expand on the benefits and drawbacks of native XML databases.  Applications that are suited to using XML databases will be discussed along with an example.



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