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Choosing between XML and SQL in .NET Content Management Systems

, 2 May 2006
This article compares various approaches to storing, editing, and displaying structured content on the web. It shows the advantages and disadvantages of using XML and relational SQL databases.

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Petr Palas
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Czech Republic Czech Republic
Petr Palas is founder of Kentico Software (www.kentico.com), the producer of professional solutions for web developers. Kentico Software is focused on development and marketing of Kentico CMS for ASP.NET. Our goal is to create the most flexible and easy-to-use web content management solution for ASP.NET developers.

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