[xquery-talk] The State of Native XML databases
duane.moore at issinc.com
Wed Aug 15 15:03:41 PDT 2007
I wouldn't think Galax qualifies since Elliotte is talking about native XML
databases and not just XQuery implementations.
On the relational-XML database side, both Oracle 10g and Microsoft SQL
Server 2005 support XML integration in the same manner as DB2 9, extending
the relational model to include an XML type when defining column types for a
table. I don't have a feel for which of the relational contenders are best
at supporting XML natively, but I have a feeling they will continue to gain
momentum relative to XML-only databases.
- Duane Moore
On 8/15/07 3:50 AM, "Keulen, M. van (Maurice)" <m.vankeulen at utwente.nl>
> Dear Elliotte,
> Good to assess the state of the art every once in a while.
> <http://www.w3.org/XML/Query/#implementations> IMO you do miss a few
> important ones though: Galax <http://www.galaxquery.org/> (reference
> implementation, open source), MonetDB/XQuery <http://www.monetdb-xquery.org/>
> (open source, very fast on large data sets, advanced full text search and
> other multimedia extensions, distributed querying, ...), X-Hive
> <http://www.x-hive.com/xquery/> (commercial, fast industrial-strength XQuery
> W3C maintains a list of implementations :
> Maurice van Keulen.
> Elliotte Harold wrote:
>> On another list I was recently asked to sum up the state of native XML
>> databases, especially open source ones. The result is here:
>> Comments appreciated.
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