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Controlling Hierarchical Structure Processing From SQL
This article presents advanced hierarchical processing operations possible with ANSI SQL. They include: multipath processing; heterogeneous structure integration; structure data mashups; hierarchical data filtering; and dynamic structured XML output.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 132  Category: Article    

ANSI SQL Transparent XML Multipath Hierarchical Processing With Dynamic Structured Output
This extensive paper introduces a number of problems with ANSI SQL's standard integration of native XML structured data that are preventing the full use of this technology and puts forth an advanced ANSI SQL working solution. The solution to these problems is based on ANSI SQL’s dynamic inherent multipath nonlinear hierarchical processing capability. This paper explains how this previously unrealized multipath processing capability requires an inherently occurring Lowest Common Ancestor (LCA) processing in SQL which occurs naturally in ANSI SQL today and is currently being academically researched for use by XQuery. The automatic utilization of this powerful LCA processing by ANSI SQL completely solves multipath structured data hierarchical integration and processing problems seamlessly and naturally at a transparent full hierarchical processing level. This also enables advanced structured data processing capabilities with correct XML results that can also support on-demand structured data XML output and report publishing. These advanced dynamic structure operations are supported by the use of a powerful structure-aware capability made possible from meta information naturally available from ANSI SQL's automatic hierarchical processing operation. Tags: Schema-Free Query, XML Keyword Search, Twig Queries, Nearest Common Ancestor.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 209  Category: Resource    

ANSI SQL Navigationless XML Hierarchical Processing
This blog is dedicated to hierarchical data processing, and ANSI SQL’s inherent ability to transparently and navigationlessly process full multi-leg (nonlinear) hierarchical queries at a full hierarchical processing level. It covers all aspects of this new ability from hierarchical structure and processing principles to ANSI SQL’s transparent and navigationless extended advanced hierarchical XML processing and how and why this is possible. Advanced Data Access Technologies, Inc. (www.adatinc.com) has refined its natural ANSI SQL hierarchical processing technology solution into a fully working ANSI SQL transparent and navigationless XML hierarchical processor beta. It will be used in this blog to demonstrate advanced multi-leg hierarchical processing capabilities performed by ANSI SQL syntax and semantics and introduce some newly uncovered natural relational capabilities for advanced hierarchical data modeling and processing.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1766  Category: Blog    

XPath Navigation Holding Back the SQL/XML Database Industry
This article was published on Ken North’s SQL Summit Site, Jan 18, 2008. It identifies the advantages that are gained from navigationless XML access and processing for XML databases. XML was designed for markup with its hierarchical relationships that exceed standard database hierarchical relationships and principles. Standard database processing with its more limited standard hierarchical relationships and rigid hierarchical principles can be processed without manual user navigationl allowing it to support more complex full multi-leg hierarchical processing. This article explains these powerful additional capabilities.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1777  Category: Article    

Where is the Query in XQuery
This article points out the important query characteristics missing from XQuery. It does this by comparing XQuery to SQLfX®, an ANSI SQL transparent hierarchical XML query processor. It was published in the Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN) on July 1, 2008.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 622  Category: Article    

Professional SQL Server 2005 XML (Paperback)
If you are working with SQL Server 2005, you can not help but appreciate the incredible support for XML that has been incorporated. The current XML support really dwarfs anything seen before. You will definitely want to give this book a read. Between XQuery, the new XML data type, the enhancements to the "For XML" clause and the OpenXML function, the new options for developers are really tremendous.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2542  Category: Resource    

Michael Rys on XML in SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2005 includes deep XML integration, including a native, indexed XML datatype along with commands that accept or return XML. Tim Anderson interviews Dr Michael Rys about the thinking behind the new features along with guidance on when to use them.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2626  Category: Article    

On the Edge
Search XML open content with an edge table. Edge tables can help you find data that's hidden in XML open content.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2511  Category: Article    

OpenXML's @mp:id Meta-property
Inserting hierarchical data from an XML document into relational tables that have primary key/foreign key relationships can be difficult. Read on to see how you can use OpenXML's @mp:id meta-property to overcome the challenge.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2034  Category: Article    

SQL/XML Tutorial
An introduction to SQL/XML, an extension of SQL that is part of ANSI/ISO SQL 2003. It lets SQL queries create XML structures with a few powerful XML publishing functions. For a SQL programmer, SQL/XML easy to learn because it involves only a few small additions to the existing SQL language. Since SQL is a mature language, there are a lot of tools and infrastructure for SQL. For instance, SQL/XML uses JDBC to return results, and there is currently no equivalent standard API for XQuery. SQL also has functionality not yet found in XQuery, such as updates or stored procedures.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2557  Category: Article    

Work with XML Data Type in SQL Server 2005 from ADO.NET 2.0
One of the excellent features of the next release of SQL Server, known as SQL Server 2005, is its deep XML integration with the SQL Server database engine. This integration goes well beyond the simple relational-to-XML mapping layer that SQL Server 2000 provided. SQL Server 2005 will feature a native XML data type that will allow you to store native XML data in SQL Server itself.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2290  Category: Article    

Troubleshooting SQL Server XML
If you have problems with SQL Server 2000 XML, review this troubleshooting checklist to find potential solutions.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1641  Category: Article    

XML in SQL Server 2000 and SQLXML
Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 (codenamed Shiloh) first introduced native support for XML and HTTP. Since then, to keep up with XML, Web services and .NET advancements, Microsoft has made available add-ons to SQL Server 2000 in the form of SQLXML Web releases. This article begins with explaining the built-in XML and HTTP support in SQL Server 2000 and then it describes the features available in the recent SQLXML Web release (version 3.0, service pack 2).

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2675  Category: Article    

XML Best Practices for Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Learn guidelines for XML data modeling and usage in SQL Server 2005, and see illustrative examples.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1960  Category: Article    

XML in SQL Server 2000 and SQLXML
Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 (codenamed Shiloh) first introduced native support for XML and HTTP. Since then, to keep up with XML, Web services and .NET advancements, Microsoft has made available add-ons to SQL Server 2000 in the form of SQLXML Web releases. This article begins with explaining the built-in XML and HTTP support in SQL Server 2000 and then it describes the features available in the recent SQLXML Web release (version 3.0, service pack 2).

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1653  Category: Article    

SQLfX: Is It Progress Or Piffle?
For all the problems of interoperability solved by XML, it has created a whole series of new ones for SQL database developers, mostly centered around attempts to use an engine designed for flat relational data to process the hierarchical constructs of XML.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2725  Category: Resource    

XML to SQL: Using SQLXML Bulkload in the .NET Framework
Amar Nalla showcases the Bulkload functionality available in SQLXML, which can be used to transform XML input into SQL data by building a .NET Framework-based application that shreds RSS feed data into a database.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 2153  Category: Article    

XML and SQL 2000 (Part 5)
In part 5 of his XML and SQL 2000 series Marcin Policht continues exploring different ways of accessing SQL Server data in the XML format via HTTP.

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1519  Category: Article    

XML and SQL 2000 (Part 4)
In the fourth article of the series dealing with XML related features of SQL Server 2000, I will discuss the implications of various configuration options available when using IIS Virtual Directory Management for SQL Server. As described previously, the Settings tab of the Virtual Directory Properties dialog box offers the following choices:

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1801  Category: Article    

XML and SQL 2000 (Part 3)
In the third article of this series, we will look into executing T-SQL statements against SQL Server 2000 via HTTP. This functionality is provided by SQLXML component (implemented in the form of SQLISAPI.DLL, which is included as part of SQL Server 2000 installation). The updated versions of this component are available as a separate download from the Microsoft Web Site. By installing this component on the web server, you will be able to associate its virtual directories with individual databases on the SQL server. This allows users to access the databases by using the http://webserver/virtualdirectory path, where webserver is an IP address or name of the Web server and virtualdirectory is the name assigned to the virtual directory. The management of these virtual directories is handled with the IIS Virtual Directory Management for SQL Server tool (for SQLXML version included with SQL Server 2000) or with the Configure IIS Support tool (for downloadable SQLXML 2.0 and 3.0 versions).

Type: SQLXML  #Views: 1742  Category: Article    

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