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How XML transfers between servers?

 
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If I want to automatically transfer the data from database in
server A (weblogic server 5.1) to the database
in server B (cold fusion4), how can I make use of
XML? can anyone give me the detailed procedure even the coding?
it is my grateful if anyone can help me. anyway, thanks to your
concern and help

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One option you have is to use WDDX which is an XML format for transferring objects in between servers that may be on different platforms. Go to www.openwddx.org to download the toolkit as well as information on using it.
What you would do is run the query on your Weblogic machine and save the results as a WDDX record set. You could then pass this to ColdFusion (have CF make a CFHTTP request or use CFOBJECT) which could then parse the result set and place it into the desired database.
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Jeremy Crosbie
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