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Get off to a fast start with DB2 9 pureXML, Part 5: Develop Java applications for DB2 XML data
DB2's 9 release features significant new support for storing, managing, and querying XML data. In this article, you'll learn the basics of how to write Java applications that access the new XML data. This article has been updated to include changes in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows 9.5 and 9.7.
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Articles 25 Mar 2010
Get off to a fast start with DB2 9 pureXML, Part 3: Query DB2 XML data with SQL
The DB2 9 release features significant new support for storing, managing, and querying XML data, which is called pureXML. In this article, learn how to query data stored in XML columns using SQL and SQL/XML. The next article in the series will illustrate how to query XML data using XQuery, a new language supported by DB2.
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Articles 25 Mar 2010
Get off to a fast start with DB2 9 pureXML, Part 4: Query DB2 XML data with XQuery
The IBM DB2(R) V9 for Linux(R), UNIX(R), and Windows(R) features significant new support for storing, managing, and searching XML data, referred to as pureXML. This series helps you master these new XML features quickly through several step-by-step articles that explain how to accomplish fundamental tasks. In this article, Learn how to query data stored in XML columns using XQuery. [25 Mar 2010: Originally written in 2006, this article has been updated to include changes in DB2 versions 9.5 and 9.7.--Ed.]
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Articles 25 Mar 2010
Get off to a fast start with DB2 9 pureXML, Part 2: Create and populate a DB2 XML database
The IBM DB2(R) V9 for Linux(R), UNIX(R), and Windows(R) features significant new support for storing, managing, and searching XML data, referred to as pureXML. This series helps you master these new XML features quickly through several step-by-step articles that explain how to accomplish fundamental tasks. In this article, learn how to create database objects for managing your XML data and how to populate your DB2 database with XML data. [18 Mar 2010: Originally written in 2006, this article has been updated to include changes in DB2 versions 9.5 and 9.7.--Ed.]
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Articles 18 Mar 2010
Get off to a fast start with DB2 9 pureXML, Part 1: XML to the core
The IBM DB2 9 release features a significant architectural departure from prior versions. For the first time since its debut, DB2 is providing a new query language, new storage technology, new indexing technology, and other features to support XML data and its inherent hierarchical structure. But don't worry, all of DB2's traditional database management features remain, including its support for SQL and tabular data structures. Explore DB2 9's XML technology, and learn why IBM now considers DB2 a "hybrid" or multi-structured database management system. Originally written in 2006, this article has been updated to include product changes in DB2 9.5 and 9.7.
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Articles 11 Mar 2010

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