Validating empty data from xml files

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Before we start talking about XML and databases, we need to answer a question that occurs to many people: "Is XML a database?" An XML document is a database only in the strictest sense of the term. In many ways, this makes it no different from any other file -- after all, all files contain data of some sort. For example, it is self-describing (the markup describes the structure and type names of the data, although not the semantics), it is portable (Unicode), and it can describe data in tree or graph structures. For example, it is verbose and access to the data is slow due to parsing and text conversion.It describes how the differences between data-centric and document-centric documents affect their usage with databases, how XML is commonly used with relational databases, and what native XML databases are and when to use them.NOTE: Although the information discussed in this paper is (mostly) up-to-date, the idea that the world of XML and databases can be seen through the data-centric/document-centric divide is somewhat dated.When finished, these will bring namespaces, linking, schemas, stylesheets, and more to the table.

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The DTD is retrieved automatically based on the DOCTYPE of the parsed document.

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The number of applications currently being developed that are based on, or make use of, XML documents is truly amazing (particularly when you consider that XML is not yet a year old)! SGML is the Standard Generalized Markup Language defined by ISO 8879.

For our purposes, the word "document" refers not only to traditional documents, like this one, but also to the myriad of other XML "data formats". SGML has been the standard, vendor-independent way to maintain repositories of structured documentation for more than a decade, but it is not well suited to serving documents over the web (for a number of technical reasons beyond the scope of this article).

At the time this paper was originally written (1999), it was a convenient metaphor for introducing native XML databases, which were then not widely understood, even in the database community.

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