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Materialized XML View XML View File Update according to the Deletion of Relational Databases


Mi-Su Gim, Young-Gook Ra, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 99-116, Apr. 2009
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Keywords: XML view, update, deletion, materialization, side effect

Abstract

For the mapping of two dimensional table structures of relational databases to the hierarchical XML documents, we apply the foreign key relationships of relational databases. In other words, the primary key of another table referenced by a foreign key of one tuple is mapped to the parent of the foreign key. Then XML hierarchies with order are expressed. In addition, the XML view file generated by the foreign key mappings shows side effects in the case of the relational database update for the satisfaction of referential integrity constraint in the foreign key. Thus, by inferring the foreign key roles at the generation of XML hierarchies, we can anticipate where the side effects occur in the hierarchies. We keep the XML view files up-to-date by reflecting the side effects to the XML files at the update of the underlying relational databases.


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[APA Style]
Mi-Su Gim and Young-Gook Ra (2009). Materialized XML View XML View File Update according to the Deletion of Relational Databases. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 10(2), 99-116.

[IEEE Style]
M. Gim and Y. Ra, "Materialized XML View XML View File Update according to the Deletion of Relational Databases," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 99-116, 2009.

[ACM Style]
Mi-Su Gim and Young-Gook Ra. 2009. Materialized XML View XML View File Update according to the Deletion of Relational Databases. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 10, 2, (2009), 99-116.