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Viktors 141 Sample Test: Question 5

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great job Viktor! Here my guess for Question 5:
"Assume that relational database data will be served to a web site in HTML format, and that no other rendering or integration needs are known. Which of the following is the MOST likely reason a developer might choose XML as an intermediate step for this process?
Single Select - Please select the best answer (one and only one choice must be selected). "
a) The XML path is faster and more efficient than other web data delivery implementations.
Viktor: No, not always
<b>b) The XML may be served directly to the web client in future releases.
Viktor: Possible for Web Services, and newest browsers</b>
c) The tools for producing XML are more available and easier to use than other web data delivery technologies.
Viktor: Tools for RDBMS data -> XML data, not sure (DB extensions ???)
d) The relational database is likely to already output its data in XML format.
Viktor: Yes, some RDBMS can do that
Well, I would go for d) because than you can use XSLT - that may be nice, even if just HTML is the only output format needed.
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Hi, Berny!
Thanks for the fast feedback. I really appreciate your attention. That's what I really needed, another opinion... . Let us review...
This time Test says No, answer b) is correct.
Let's see what other suggestions result in..
[ February 03, 2002: Message edited by: Viktor Stepanchuk ]
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