Linus Baptiste wrote:
> Has ANYONE had success with SYBASE ver 12.0 with jdk1.1.8.
> As no-one as answered my last mail.
Assuming you're asking about Sybase (whatever version), JDK (whatever
version), *and XML* :)....
Ron Bourret's XML Database Products page, at:
doesn't mention Sybase at all.
The DevX.com site has a white paper on Sybase and XML; it's at:
There's also a white paper, "Using XML with the SybaseŽ Adaptive ServerŽ
SQL Databases," at the Sybase site itself:
According to the introduction to this Sybase white paper:
Many software packages for XML have become available, providing
facilities for generating, analyzing, and searching XML documents.
A large portion of these packages are written in Java. The SybaseŽ
Adaptive Server family of SQL databases, which support the use of Java
within SQL, are therefore well-suited to support XML in SQL, using
This paper gives an overview of XML and shows how XML documents can be
stored in and accessed from an SQL database, using Java facilities
with SQL. The paper does not discuss the uses of XML for document
presentation, messaging, etc.
The examples in this paper use the facilities for Java in SQL that
are provided by the Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere 6.0 and Adaptive
Server Enterprise 12.0 database servers.
The last two resources above are among the initial hits returned from a
Google search on "xml sybase".
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