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Content Management Using Native XML and XML-Enabled Database Systems in Conjunction with XML Metadata Exchange Standards
The digital entertainment industry has developed communication standards to support the distribution of digital content using XML technology. Recipients of these data communications are challenged when transforming and storing the hierarchical XML data structures into more traditional relational database structures for content management purposes. Native XML and XML-Enabled database systems provide possible solutions to many of these challenges. This paper will consider several data modeling design options and evaluate the suitability of these alternatives for content data management.
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