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From Paul Libbrecht <p...@activemath.org>
Subject Re: Can I update a remote database with XML ?
Date Mon, 19 Aug 2002 14:33:01 GMT
That looks like a normal distribution problem... how about WebDAV ?
At least the Tomcat WedDAV webapp is a good candidate, I think.

Paul


On Lundi, août 19, 2002, at 01:26 , Ranjith Kodikara wrote:

> My customer has a requirement like this..
> My customer has a central database.. and there are remote locations of 
> them. Every remote location has a database and they need to update the 
> database in central location. Now every evening their central location 
> imports data from remote locations. But there is no one in the central 
> location to import data from remote locations in future. Then they need 
> to run a procedure to update the central database by a person in the 
> remote location at the end of the day to update transactions of the 
> remote databse for the particular day to central location.
> I know that data can be pulled with xml from a remote location, but I 
> don't know whether we can push that xml to another location.
> Please help me on this and tell me whether this is possible. If 
> possible tell me how can I do it..
> -Kodikara from Sri Lanka

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