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Topic: Re: XML Schema to DB

Hello, , you wrote: whether > the statement is true, what any XML scheme can be supposed on a relational DB in the third normal form? > it simply my intuitive assumption and I do not know so it or not. Simply I think, whether to undertake the utility which on a XML scheme itself  tables and communications, or to write all tables pens. It should be true. If xml submits data, it is possible to present any data a relational method. The problem can be only in the superimposed restrictions on this data - here there can be all to depend on used syntax sql.

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Re: Re: XML Schema to DB

Hello, , you wrote: > Simply I think, whether to undertake the utility which on a XML scheme itself  tables and communications, or to write all tables pens. Such software unless not in bulk?

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Re: Re: XML Schema to DB

Hello, , you wrote: >>> Simply I think, whether to undertake the utility which on a XML scheme itself  tables and communications, or to write all tables pens. S>> such software unless not in bulk? > never in bulk. Nuances in inheritance of types the abstract types the cascade and referential dependences between complex types determinations of primary keys DB engines etc etc > Something similar on responses is is general-purpose only Altova XML Spy is able to do, and that on ,  the decision will be bulky, difficult and become outdated years on 20. And something unpretentious  becomes for a day and  as required.

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Re: Re: XML Schema to DB

Hello, , you wrote: whether > the statement is true, what any XML scheme can be supposed on a relational DB in the third normal form? By the way, at many orm designers at  xml is. I.e. actually there is a manipulation with xml.