[unrev-II] Fwd: [xml-dev] XML+JDBC=data portability (IBM tutorials)

From: Jack Park (jackpark@thinkalong.com)
Date: Thu Oct 04 2001 - 11:40:51 PDT

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    >From: Jeffrey I Condon <jicondon@us.ibm.com>
    >IBM developerWorks just put out two tutorial on extracting and entering XML
    >data. Both tutorials are off the XML site:
    >Using JDBC to extract data into XML
    >Tutorial for Java developers who need to extract information from a
    >database and place it into an XML document.
    >Using JDBC to insert data from XML into a database
    >Tutorial for Java developers who need to extract information from an XML
    >document and enter it into a database.
    >XML in Java : Document models, Part 1: Performance
    >Ever wonder which Java document models run faster with different kinds of
    >XML documents? Dennis Sosnoski did the research for you.
    >Web services and XML technologies CD
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