Building a JSON and DB2 pureXML Application

November 9, 2009

JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is a popular way for servers and clients to exchange information. It uses serialized text to represent objects (or data structures). If you are interested in using JSON when you work with DB2 pureXML, there is a new series of articles you should check out.

These articles teach you how DB2 pureXML can store, manage, and query JSON. The articles include downloadable sample code and step-by-step instructions. They also describe the benefits of using pureXML to store JSON.

Part 3 will focus on the creation of the presentation layer with Open-Social Gadgets that rely on the JSONx Universal Services as a back-end.


One Response to “Building a JSON and DB2 pureXML Application”

  1. Nuno Job Says:

    Part 3 is going to be out soon 🙂

    Thanks for the reference Conor.

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