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Rakesh Jhamb
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Joined: Jun 18, 2003
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Hello,

We have a requirement to generate XML that confirms to a schema. This XML should contain data that is present in DB tables. Number of XMLs that are generated is huge and then they are send through java code to message queues.

Recently Oracle 10g has a feature of generating XMLs on the fly at DB level using its XMLParse functions and return XML.

My question is that from architectural perspective is it a good approach to generate too many XMLs at DB level.

Yes / no what are the reasons.


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Rakesh Jhamb
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Joined: Jun 18, 2003
Posts: 154
Can someone please suggest some thoughts on this post?
Joanne Neal
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Rakesh Jhamb wrote:Can someone please suggest some thoughts on this post?


My first thought is that this is an XML or DB question (probably the latter) and nothing to do with Java per se. It needs moving to a different forum.


Joanne
 
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