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JDBC with XML files.

 
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Hello guys !

I have a bit of situation on which i really can't find any answer on google :x: so i'm turning to you guys... so here it is:

I would like to open XML files (.xml) on computer with a JDBC driver (instead of new File() function). So actually i want same functionality as Derby Enbedded Driver does, but instead of opening .db files i want to open .xml files. I'm using XML files for saving data like databases are - with tables, schemas and stuff. I can write something like my own JDBC driver, or extend from some driver that already does something like that.. I would like to make something, so i could connect like this:



Once i'm connected with driver, i would also like to use SQL statements for my XML file database.
I hope i was clear enough so you have idea what i'm trying to achieve here.

Any tips, help would be much appreciated !

greetz,
alkic1
 
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Welcome to the Ranch, Care!

Which keywords did you use in your search? I got a promising hit on the very first term I've tried, in just a few seconds.

So, please do SearchFirst. It's really hard to believe you haven't hit anything useful.
 
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A commercial XML JDBC driver is at http://www.hxtt.com/xml.html
 
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