Processing XML in Java usually requires a lot of code and overhead. If you use XQuery, you can do a lot more with a lot less code, even when the XML is stored outside of XML databases. Learn how to use XQuery with Java technology by extracting the hidden information from XML-based Maven POM files.
In this article we will introduce Hibernate, which is the de facto standard object-relational mapping framework for Java applications. The Hibernate galaxy is quite large and needs a book of its own to be fully explored. Our mission will be to take over one sector of this galaxy, especially where Hibernate applications are managed by JBoss AS.
One of the foremost challenges facing the Chief Data Officer the need to establish a business case or ROI (return on investment) for Data Quality management or data governance initiatives. This article attempts to outline 15 principles of ROI development for data quality (DQ) projects that can be leveraged across any industry.
It has been said that the database wars are over and the relational database won. However, anyone who believes this state of affairs has led to peace and prosperity among programmers hasn't tried using a relational database to back Java™ objects lately. This article is the first of an in-depth, multipart series introducing db4o, an object-oriented alternative to today's relational databases.