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Apache Xindice

Xindice is an open source Native XML Database. It stores and indexes compressed XML documents in order to provide that data to a client application with very little server-side processing overhead. It also provides functionality that is unique to XML data, which can't easily be reproduced by relational databases.

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  •  19 Mar 2002 22:18

    Release Notes: This is the first production release. A path traversal security problem in the HTTP server has been fixed. SAXGenerator now properly generates prefixMapping events.

    •  12 Nov 2001 06:07

      Release Notes: After releasing beta 3, we found out that there were some stability issues with the latest developer releases of Xalan, whose XPath engine we use for our query resolver. Some users were experiencing query failures with certain data sets. We've therefore had to roll back to a previous version of Xalan (2.0.1).

      •  09 Nov 2001 19:09

        Release Notes: Beta 3 is the final beta for dbXML, providing improved concurrency, better integration with Tomcat, the removal of the naming service, and several bugfixes.

        •  24 Sep 2001 20:02

          Release Notes: This release improves the stability and scalability of the server. JacORB has been replaced with OpenORB, the XML:DB API has once again been brought in to conformance with the latest draft, several DOM Level 3 Core methods have been added, and several bugs within the XUpdate system have been fixed.

          •  16 Aug 2001 06:14

            Release Notes: The dbXML Core has reached Beta status. The server is fully functional, and the number of bugs should be minimal at this point. XPath Namespace support added. XML:DB API up to date. New testing framework. Many other minor bug fixes were made.

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