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Hi,

I've made a database using XML and java servlets in the past. What I'm looking for now is to get into the area of using commercial/more scalable databases. I have a basic knowledge of SQL.

What starting points would anyone recommend? What sites and packages are the best at the moment? What I'm looking for is some introductory info so I can get into the area.

Thanks.
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EJB, SQL, JDBC, java.sql.*, java.net.*
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try www.mysql.com . It's free.
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I've used postgres ofr local stuff, have questions about it's scalability.  Oracle seems highly scalable, when front-ended by a proper J2EE container
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a good place for information to oracle-products (xml):
http://otn.oracle.com/tech/xml

scroll down to the section "Technical Information on XML"
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had about a site for a decent mysql tutorial
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