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Libxml2: Everything You Need in an XML Library

Got XML files? Look no further than libxml2, which gives you both DOM and SAX model XML parsing in a single freeware library that works with most common languages in all popular platforms including Linux and Win32/Win64.

Create MySQL 5.1 Storage Engine Plugins Under Win32

A MySQL Storage engine requires functions that MySQL provides. Therefore, you normally need to link it into mysqld-core under Windows because mysqld.exe doesn't export all required functions (because it's an .exe, not a .dll). So, you're unable to import the required functions in our Plugin. Learn a possible way to circumvent this limitation by using the .map files that are provided with MySQL.

Importing Data into SQL Server

by William R. Vaughn - Having problems importing large amounts of data? ADO.NET has only one method designed to help with this task: the SqlBulkCopy class exposed in ADO.NET 2.0.

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