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XML and Databases

 
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HI ,
Since I start working on XML I am like learning every aspect of it and as its name it is EXTENSIBLE.Though I didn't read that much on databases It looks XML is better suited for its replacament.It is easy for storing and manipulating datas than
even RDBMS.At least that is what I think.Am I right ?What are
Oracle doing about this ? Is there anyarticle that u recoomend me read about this ....
Thank you !
XML should stop all this for profit companies obey the humanity
of Tech and only be used to change the world for good and for all the people not for the few and only to make them rich !!
 
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