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Re: OZONE/XML for Real Time Data Logging
On Sat, 03 Feb 2001, prashanth wrote:
> Is Ozone suited for real time data logging for lab automation?(LIMS).
> I want to store output from the instruments in the lab as an xml file in OZONE DB and update the xml DOM document with the outputs from the instruments.Can I use OZONE for this??.
> It has to be muti-threaded with cocurrent transaction control (for multi-instrument data in the lab) with fast real time query??
> I want to know frankly whether OZONE can handle this ? and how fast is the XML query for real time response/updates on XML ??
> the XML query/updates on server side and Muti-thread handling for XML/updates from different instruments is very critical..
> where does this infozone-tools/xupdate come into picture with ozone ??
> Please REPLY ASAP .
Frankly, ozone may be suited for your needs - but not as an XML store. Why do
you want to store your data as XML? Your application is surely based on a great
object model. Why don't you want to "nativly" store those object? XML
introduces space and performance overhead.
ozone provides an API to map objects to XML. There is a default mapping that
maps all kind of objects to XML using a standard Schema which is similar to
KoalaBML. But you may also make your own mapping.
Thus you have both, "native" objects which you application can probably much
easier deal with than XML. And XML for ex/import.
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