The Definitive Guide To Berkeley Db Xml by Daniel BrianThe Definitive Guide To Berkeley Db Xml by Daniel Brian

The Definitive Guide To Berkeley Db Xml

byDaniel Brian

Hardcover | August 23, 2006

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This book teaches the basics of XML with an original approach, using real-world examples from an interesting (and operating) environment with broad applicability. It covers the full spectrum of Berkeley DB XML tools, including the command-line shell, transactions, rollbacks, replication, archiving and monitoring. Techniques and concepts that have broad applicability outside of the subject matter are skillfully explained: XML, XPath, XQuery, XML schemas, all industry-standard technologies that find one of their best tutorial treatments, and all in the context of a simple database solution. The book also presents a remarkable example of query power.

Danny Brian has been programming for over 20 years. Since the advent of Linux and FreeBSD operating systems, his major development interests have been natural language processing, games, and XML technologies. Danny has been a regular speaker at O'Reilly's Open Source Convention since 2001, winning the Damian Conway Award for Technical ...
Title:The Definitive Guide To Berkeley Db XmlFormat:HardcoverDimensions:399 pages, 23.5 × 17.8 × 0.1 inPublished:August 23, 2006Publisher:APRESS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1590596668

ISBN - 13:9781590596661

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Table of Contents

  1. A Quick Look at Berkeley DB XML
  2. The Power of an Embedded XML Database
  3. Installation and Configuration
  4. Getting Started
  5. Environments, Containers, and Documents
  6. Indexes
  7. XQuery with BDB XML
  8. BDB XML with C++
  9. BDB XML with Python
  10. BDB XML with Java
  11. BDB XML with Perl
  12. BDB XML with PHP
  13. Managing Databases