Create business reports for XML data using IBM DataQuant and DB2 pureXML
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Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: January 15, 2009
Over the past 10 years, companies have significantly increased their use of XML data for business-to-business messages and internal business modeling, which in turn has created demand for managing and reporting on this data. DB2® pureXML™ is being used more and more as the chosen repository for storing and managing XML data in enterprises, since it maintains the structure and content of the XML data while providing direct access to individual elements and attributes. This article describes how you can use IBM's DataQuant all-purpose business intelligence tool for reporting on XML data stored in DB2 pureXML. It provides the steps for how you can use DataQuant to access the XML data stored in DB2 and make the individual data elements available in reports, charts, and dashboards for business insight and analysis.
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