[ANN] XMLmind Qizx/db XML Database 2.1

Discussion in 'XML' started by Olivier Ishacian (news), May 27, 2008.

  1. XMLmind is pleased to announce the release of Qizx/db 2.1,
    an XML database engine fully supporting XML Query.

    Qizx/db Free Engine can be downloaded from

    Qizx/open can be downloaded from

    Qizx/db customers, please upgrade using this form:

    (The above form is usually accessed through

    New features in 2.1:

    * Support of XQuery Update, an extension of the
    XQuery language for updating XML documents.
    Qizx 2.1 fully supports the current specifications
    and passes 100% of the XQuery Update Test Suite.

    * API improvements: New utility class PushNodeBuilder
    to build native in-memory Nodes, better DOM support
    and new security feature in Java Binding mechanism.

    * Qizx Studio comfort enhancements.

    Please visit http://www.xmlmind.com/qizx/changes.html
    for more information.

    Qizx/db is an embeddable, high-speed, native XML
    database engine written in Java(TM), with the querying
    and processing capabilities of a fully fledged XML Query

    Qizx/db is available in several editions:

    * The commercial product has liberal licenses both for
    corporate application development, and for royalty-free
    distributable products.

    * The Free Engine edition is a fully functional version of
    Qizx/db which can be used for developing or in production.
    It is limited in database size (one gigabyte of XML

    * In addition, Qizx/open is an open-source version of the
    XML Query interpreter of Qizx/db. Qizx/open has been
    available since 2003 and is recognized as one of the top
    fastest and most advanced XML Query implementations.

    Please visit http://www.xmlmind.com/qizx/ for more
    information about Qizx.
    Olivier Ishacian (news), May 27, 2008
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