On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, N. C a r r o l l wrote:
> I mean that XML, SGML, etc., keep popping up as
> fundamental parts of architecture. At one time views were
> expressed that data would actually be stored in XML
> files. But tables still work, all the way down to the hard
I think I agree with you, but I'm going to be a little pedantic just to
make sure. XML is a document interchange language. Data that is
expressed in XML doesn't have to be stored in XML files. You could just
as easily store the data in a relational or object-relational database.
In fact, several tools like this exist, such as Ozone DB.
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