Programming with XML for DB2, Part 1, Understand the XML data model

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Hardeep Singh

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: July 19, 2007

A primary goal of XML is to make the application development process simple, cheap, portable, and of high quality. XML programming is bringing about the same kind of radical shift in the application development paradigm in this decade as object methodologies did in the last decade. In the first of a series on programming with XML for IBM® DB2® for Linux® UNIX®, and Windows®, you'll learn the basics of the XML data model and the advantages it brings to your programming environment over a pure object model.

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