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to convert from a database to an XML file?
 
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If you are using Oracle, you should check out the java/xml tools available for download on the Oracle Technology Network, specifically the java xdk. You may need to register first, but after you do, you can follow this link: http://otn.oracle.com/software/tech/xml/xdk_java/content.html
Other db vendors probably offer similar java api's.
 
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This may not be what you're looking for, but dbXML is a native XML database.
http://www.dbxml.org/ and http://www.xmldb.org/
If you're using DB2, they have an "XML extender"
http://www-4.ibm.com/software/data/db2/extenders/xmlext/
Finally, SourceForge has a database to XML converter
 
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I'm using mySQL and SQL Server
I'll check out the Source Forge stuff. Thanks.
 
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Where is the source forge stuff?
I am interested in converting an MS Access Database to an XML file. Is this possible? Or is it only possible with the big RDBMSes?
 
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Any tool to transfer from XML to Oracle?
Thanks
 
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Originally posted by Stanley Tan:
Where is the source forge stuff?

http://sourceforge.net/
 
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I would like to ask again, for those who might know. How do I convert a MS Access 97 database to an XML file? Thanks.
 
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