The alpha release of XML-DBMS version 2.0 (Java) is now available.
This is almost a complete rewrite of version 1.01 and includes the
following new features: updates (including insert-or-update), a filter
language, heterogeneous joins, inlining elements (denormalizing XML
structure), support for database-generated keys, connection and
statement pooling, support for abstract types, and enhanced formatting
You can download the alpha version at:
XML-DBMS is Open Source middleware for transferring data between XML
documents and a relational database. It uses an object-relational
mapping in which complex element types are viewed as classes and simple
element types, attributes, and PCDATA are viewed as properties. An
XML-based mapping language is used to specify the mapping for a given
class of documents. XML-DBMS is available in both Java and Perl.
For more information about XML-DBMS, see: