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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 ...


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 ...

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