If u have plain XML files, there is no chance of
security, if u want to intr. security, then u have to
goto XML based databases like Tamino
--- kirtana subramanian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Does anyone know specifications of security for XML
> documents especally..is there security at the node
> level or at the documnent level when storing the XML
> document in its entirety in an XML Database
> --- Ronald Bourret <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > kirtana subramanian wrote:
> > >
> > > hi there
> > > one more question thats been bothering me..
> > > how do XML databases form relationships between
> > > different
> > > t elements that are stored as objects...is it
> > defined
> > > in the
> > > hierarchical setup of these objects in the XML
> > schema?
> > Yes. Nesting of simple (PCDATA-only) elements
> > corresponds to columns in
> > a table. Nesting of complex elements (elements
> > mixed or element
> > content) corresponds to primary key / foreign key
> > relationships between
> > tables. For a complete discussion of this, see:
> > -- Ron
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