Handle pureXML data in Java applications with pureQuery

Discover three different approaches to handle pureXML data in your pureQuery applications

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Vitor Rodrigues

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: January 08, 2009

IBM® pureQuery and IBM DB2® pureXML™ are revolutionary database technologies in their fields. pureQuery is a high-performance Java™ data access platform focused on simplifying the tasks of developing and managing applications that access data from a database. pureXML is the native XML data management technology introduced in DB2 9. It consists of a hierarchical storage technology, XML querying languages (XQuery and SQL/XML), XML indexing technology, and other XML-related features. This article brings them together, showing how you can develop pureQuery applications that handle pureXML data so you can get the best performance and manageability from your DB2 application.

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