[XML-SIG] Looking for python compliant NXDs
Fri, 1 Feb 2002 05:13:44 -0500
On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 11:06:20AM +0100, TORZEC Nicolas thesard FTRD/DIH/LAN wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have many (more than 200.000) but small (less than 5Ko) XML files
> representing a hierarchically organized annotated corpora.
> I have planed to store this files in an XML database in order to make the
> management of the corpus easier, but I can not decide on what DBMS to
> Python being my favorite scripting language, I would like to access my data
> and build specialized administration tools by the mean of programs written
> in Python.
> So, in your own opinion, what XML DBMS should I use to store my data?
> Many thanks in advance,
> PS : I'm experienced in Relational DataBases (Oracle 8i) and in
> Object-Oriented Databases (O2), but I would prefer to work with an open
> source DBMS.
Then use Postgresql or MySQL
Both use SQL and can be used from Python, you should feel at home.
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