Michael Schrefl, Elisabeth Kapsammer, Werner Retschitzegger, Birgit Pröll,
"Self-Maintaining Web Pages - An Overview"
: Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Database Conference (ADC 2001), Bond University, Queensland, Australia, January 29 - February 1, 2001, in Australasian Computer Science Week, Vol. 23, Nummer 2, IEEE Computer Society Press, Seite(n) 83-91, 2-2001, ISBN: 0-7695-0966-5, Australasian Computer Science Week 2001, Bond University, Queensland, Australia
Self-Maintaining Web Pages - An Overview
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Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Database Conference (ADC 2001), Bond University, Queensland, Australia, January 29 - February 1, 2001
Data-intensive web-based information systems usually employ database systems to store the contents forming the basis for web page construction. Generating web pages on the fly, especially in peak times, can lead to severe performance problems. Thus, pre-generation of web pages has been suggested to be ready for prime time, allowing to reliably deliver several hundred pre-generated pages per second. Maintaining the consistency of these web pages with respect to changes within the database in an efficient way, however, represents a major challenge. This paper presents a novel approach for "self maintaining" web pages that is, different to previous approaches, characterized by a simple (and thus, easy to maintain) database-to-web page mapping and very low page re-generation costs. This is achieved by utilizing fragmentation techniques from distributed databases, by allocating parameterized fragments to web page classes (rather than individual fragments to single web pages), and using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) as an intermediate layer between the database and the final web pages.
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