Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

Anything you put into the Spring XML is static and compiled into the binary. If there is some information which can change, it is always a good idea to externalize it into a properties file. Spring can read the properties file and then use the values as inputs to its beans. You need to use a concept called the property placeholder to inject these ...


1

If the nature of all your queries allows sequential processing of your XML files, you can do this without an XML database, using either xpath/xslt or XQuery. For example: Return all the product code, product name, product description from all XML files in /folder 1/ where the supplier id = x and store id = y Return all the product code and ...



Top 50 recent answers are included