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Architectures for Querying Contents of Web Servers

  • Jarogniew Rykowski

Abstract

A new architecture for a queryable Web server is presented. This architecture is of a three-tier type and consists in using an interpreter of a query language as a gateway for the server, and an XML wrapper as a gateway for data repositories. The query language is used not only to read the server’s data, but also to define, manipulate, and control both data and their corresponding meta-data (data descriptions). The XML wrapper allows storing both data and meta-data in a repository of any type, not only a flat file system or a back-end database. Basic requirements for the query language and the wrapper are presented and discussed in comparison to current approaches.

Keywords

Query Language Query Interpreter Middle Tier Public Search Engine Document Type Descriptor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jarogniew Rykowski
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  1. 1.Department of Information TechnologyThe Poznań University of EconomicsPoznańPoland

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