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itself rather than a tool for XML.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ronald Bourret" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 7:02 PM
Subject: ANN: XML database products list updated
> I've just done my annual-and-a-bit update of the XML database products
> list. You can find the new list at:
> There are 18 new products and 23 updated descriptions of previously
> listed products. (I didn't try to update the descriptions of all
> For me, the most interesting points are the large number of native XML
> databases and the fact that Sybase decided to enter the XML arena not
> with an object-relational mapping like other relational databases but
> with native XML support.
> For those of you who are curious about such things, the break-down of
> products among different categories is:
> Middleware: 46 products
> XML-enabled databases: 7 products
> Native XML databases: 28 products
> XML servers: 6 products
> XML application servers: 13 products
> Content management systems: 22 products
> Discontinued(?) products: 8 products
> XML application servers and content management systems are certainly
> under-represented, as there are a huge number of these on the market and
> most probably support XML.
> Finally, at a risk to my own sanity (wading through marketing drivel on
> Web sites is not fun :), comments welcome.
> -- Ron