XML has emerged as a common standard data exchange format for e-business and Web applications. XML is used to construct data formats in service oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructures, industry standards, and business applications such as electronic forms. IBM DB2 pureXML provides a powerful data storage facility for all of this important XML data.
DB2 pureXML is available on z/OS, Linux, UNIX, and Windows platforms and provides a rich set of features that allow you to store, index, query, and update XML data efficiently without the overhead of costly data conversions or application data manipulation. XML data in DB2 can be stored in the same table as relational data and can be accessed in the same query.
This workshop will start with an introduction to XML and then describe the capabilities and benefits of DB2 pureXML technology for managing and querying XML data. Hands-on labs are included. At the end of the workshop, you should have a good understanding of XML document storage and manipulation within DB2.
Primary Audience: XML Architects, Application Developers and Database Administrators
Discipline Addressed: Technical
Duration: 1 day
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