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eXist-db

eXist-db

eXist-db is an open source database management system entirely built on XML technology, also called a native XML database. Unlike most relational database management systems, eXist uses XQuery to manipulate its data.

eXist-db features efficient, index-based XQuery processing, extensions for keyword search, XUpdate support, XSLT support, XForms support, REST and tight integration with existing XML development tools.

eXist-db provides a complete platform for the development of rich web applications based on XML and related technologies.

 eXist-db 2.2

Price
Free to download

Size
123.6MB
License

GNU LGPL 2.1

Developer
Pierrick Brihayne Leif-Jöran Olsson Adam Retter Dmitriy Shabanov Dannes Wessels

Website
www.exist-db.org

System Requirements
Java 6 or 7

Support:
Documentation, Blogs, Quick Start, Wiki, Mailing List, Twitter, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Schema-less Database - the native XML database engine stores textual or binary data and documents without requiring a database schema
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Application packages
  • Browser-based IDE - allows managing and editing all artifacts belonging to an application
  • Forms framework - tight integration with XForms
  • Transforming XML using XSLT
  • Rich stack of libraries
  • Access control lists
  • Hot deployment of apps into a db from the application repository
  • REST API based on XQuery 3.0 Annotations
  • Central Security Manager which manages authentication realms (LDAP, OAuth, OpenID), managing users and groups, changing passwords, and permissions and access controls
  • Automated Indexing of XML for faster addressing and querying, including Full Text search
  • Support for versioning of files

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