[jdom-interest] Re: jdom-interest Digest, Vol 8, Issue 18

Ratnakar Pai pairatnakar at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 22:32:42 PST 2005

i too had a question of handling Xml columns in database.
Could any of my fellow friends on this site have come across such
scenrio where we store XHTML in column like <html><title>My name is
and i have to find out records with ti in the title for 1000's of recoreds...
dont know how to apprach this..
i dont want to fecth all the records and parse them individually and
get the title and search it...
also dont want to use data like %ti% cas it will fetch me all the
records since <title> is a string..

can anybody help me in this regards
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> From: "Michael Smith" <mikesmi at nc.rr.com>
> Subject: [jdom-interest] Question about ElementScanner
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> Hi there,
> I want to create a way to search through XML documents and perform a search
> and replace on certain elements regardless of their place in the hierarchy.
> I'm thinking ElementScanner is useful here? If so, can someone point me to
> an example of its use. If not, can you suggest another/better way?
> Thanks,
> Mike
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