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From "Christian Dickert" <Christian.Dick...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Any good freewaretools to manage XML Databases?
Date Fri, 28 May 2004 14:51:32 GMT
Hi Johannes,

So what you need is basically a query/retrieve mechanism to parse an XML
file of known structure in the file system. JaxMe could generate that for
you, but that won't help if you have to use C++.

I don't know if there is any freeware C++ implementation of similar
functionality available. You should look for that on the C#/.NET community
pages at Microsoft, or ask the members of the JaxMe and Xindice teams.

Sorry I couldn't help you on this one,

Johannes wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> perhaps xml database was a bit vague. My situation is this:
> I have a program which reports what it has done into a xml file.
> This xml file will grow and it will get difficult to find an
> special entry manually when the file gets lager.
> This jaxme library looks interesting, is there something 
> simular for c/c++?
> Thanks for the help so far,
> Johannes.

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