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Connecting Java to database called Tamino

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Do anybody know about a database called Tamino?
I'm using it and I have just java programming to
develop an interface which will interact with Tamino..
Do u know how can java interact with Tamino?
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by:hardeepbsingh
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where can I download Tamino from? is it free? If it is, Ill have a look. reply to hardeepbsingh@yahoo.com
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by:hardeepbsingh
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sorry, the email id is wrong. it is hardeep.singh@in.velocient.com
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by:roczalk
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Hi,

Java will be able to interact, as Software AG (the company that offers Tamino) states so.

Just check:
http://www.softwareag.com/tamino/faq.htm

For further data I guess this link should lead you to a solution:
http://www.softwareag.com/developer/

HTH

Alk
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Tamino works on a different concept .It's not an RDBMS.... it's called XML database, where you can store your XML files directly without decomposing them into data peices.
You can query the XML files as well using X-path/x-query syntex.
To interact java with Tamino you will have to download and install Tamino .Then get Java API of tamino into your class path.
I would try to put the steps here:
(1)Download and intall tamino information server from software AG site.
(2)WHen u install Tamino you will get taminoclient.jar in
<u'r loacal drive>\Program Files\Software AG\Tamino\Tamino 2.3.1.4\SDK\JavaDOM API\.Put this jar file into your class path.
(3)Create a database using your Tamino Manager.

(4)The get a DTD/xml schema (for example: <local drive>\Program Files\Software AG\Tamino\Tamino 2.3.1.\Help\mapping\patient.xml)

(5)Go to tamino schema editor from your start menu of wnidows and with this xml file create a schema and export it to the database u created above.
(6)then write the java program using the Tamino APIs .
I fu need a sample file to write the java program..u can get it from
<local drive>\Program Files\Software AG\Tamino\Tamino 2.3.1.4\Examples\Java

 hope this helps.

Good Luck.
Alok

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