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XML storing and management

I get XML feeds as input and have to store this data on our server. I
have worked with databases but new to XML. Can someone tell me how I
can store and manage this data?

Sep 26 '07 #1
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"karsoods53 " <ka********@gma il.comwrote in message
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>I get XML feeds as input and have to store this data on our server. I
have worked with databases but new to XML. Can someone tell me how I
can store and manage this data?
Could you map the structure of the XML feed onto a relational database?

Sep 26 '07 #2
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Korpela <jk******@cs.tu t.fiwrites
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Perhaps he could throw you a pronoun?

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