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Repository 2.0

The Repository is a software component for the storage and query of XML documents. The component uses a relational database to save the XML documents. In other words, the component permits the manipulation (insert, update, query) of XML documents in a relational database. The documents may be provided without schema or DTD, but may also be manipulated with a DTD or schema. The component provides rapid loading of document into the database, the rapid identification of data (parts of an XML document), and persistence of data. Meta-data can be queried, document can be recomposed using queries and data can be surveillance systems distributor miami searched efficiently through the use of the XML structure, element of XML documents, or data values.

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The unique characteristics of this component are:

Dual XML and SQL view of the database. The novel mapping technology developed by e-XMLMedia permits data access via XML and SQL.

Complete support for schemas in XML. All documents may be controlled by a schema and transformed into a relational schema.

Very flexible mapping language for controlling the translation of XML documents into relations. This language handles foreign key constraints and provides multiple methods to generate tuple identifiers.

Respect for the integrity of a stored document. Any stored document may be retrieved "as is", including comments, processing instructions, metadata and data.

Support of W3C standards for XML programming in Java. Loading of documents is implemented using the SAX API. A powerful query language, based on SQL with Xpath expressions, provides access to the database. This language will be aligned with the W3C XML Query standard after its adoption as a standard language.

Maximum portability is provided by the use of SQL, JDBC 2.0 and a modular architecture.

Indexes and smart data placement in the relational database optimize the performance of the query language.

A Web-based administration interface permits the creation of a Repository, the definition of a repository schema (and its mapping to a relational database), the loading of XML documents, the formulation of queries and the publication of document.

An XML based data-entry browser and editor provides access to the database for updates and data exploration.

Leveraging of existing relational database infrastructure. Since the Repository resides on top of the relational database, all existing support personnel and infrastructure are leveraged for new XML applications. Existing backup, archive, and recovery procedures apply. Existing expertise in database performance improvement and specialized knowledge of existing applications can be easily leveraged.

This diagram shows the overall architecture of the Repository. The first layer shows the input and output. The second layer shows the major components, and the third layer shows the core libraries. XML documents are loaded via the SAX loader into the database. The loader relies on the Schema Manager and Mapping manager to accomplish this task. Once documents are loaded, the Query Processor accepts XQUERY queries, processes them, and returns XML documents as answers. Finally, the XML publisher permits the retrieval of entire XML documents as they were stored. Typically the documents generated by the publisher are fed to an XSL transformer for conversion into the final output document format.

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