I'm looking for a database that can import XML files and then provide access to that stored data via SQL queries. Can GT.M do that?
When you import XML files, are they directly stored in M globals with an ad hoc structure? Fileman files? You may want to look at PIP (http://www.fis-pip.com & downloadable from http://sourceforge.net/projects/pip\). PIP is free / open source software layered on top of GT.M that provides SQL+JDBC access and more. You could create SQL tables and map the columns to the M globals / Fileman files for access.
Thanks for the quick reply. I've looked at the PIP project. That's what led to my initial question. So I guess this is a 'could you say more about the mechanics' type question. What do you mean when you say "with an ad hoc structure"? Is there a newbie-understandable document that would explain the how the elements in the XML file get mapped / assigned to the globals and how the globals get named? Also, is it possible to have the globals defined via an XSD rather than individual XML instances?
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