Oracle pitches database future on XML

Monday Jun 27th 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Unstructured data to become ancient problem in latest 10g

[From Techworld]

Oracle will support advanced XML features in the imminent release of its 10g database, including the emerging W3C standard XQuery for accessing unstructured XML data, the company has announced.

Database companies are vying to outdo each other in their support of XML. Chief Oracle rival, IBM, will release its "Viper" update to DB2 next year with hybrid support for both traditional structured data and native support for XML.

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