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Subject Re: how-to query an xml repository efficiently
Date Tue, 08 Sep 2009 07:41:40 GMT

eXist is, as you say, a very productive project with an active 
community. That's why we like it (and use it) !

I proposed Solr because it seems that the point is just to query the 
XML, not to store it.

If the point is to xquery XML data and store it, eXist is _the_ 
solution, as far as I know


Le 08/09/2009 09:27, > Mark Diggory (par Internet, dépôt 
a écrit  :
> eXist has been (IMO) a more productive project that already utilizes
> Cocoon for presentation.  Its origins were in the same db:xml codebase
> that Xindice was based on, but it has (again IMO) a richer more active
> developer community around it.  I've contributed and used it in the
> past, the developers have worked hard to address and improve the
> applications performance dramatically over the years.  I think you
> will find it a more mature product than Xindice.
> Cheers,
> Mark
> On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 8:31 AM, David Legg<> wrote:
>> Hi Robby,
>>> I have following use case. The customer has an xml repository which is
>>> nothing more then a directory on filesystem which contains subdirectories
>>> containing one or more xml files. They now want to query those xml files on
>>> some predefined criteria which might change over time…
>> Maybe others with more experience could comment but what about Apache
>> Xindice [1] ?. Not sure what the status is on this project but it was
>> designed from the ground up to be able to store, query and retrieve XML. It
>> may be that everyone abandoned it and started using Solr instead ;-)
>> [1]
>> Regards,
>> David Legg
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