Introduction to the XQuery Mapper

Introduction to the XQuery Mapper, provides an overview of how to connect to query and aggregate XML sources in a powerful, standards-compliant way.


Introduction to XQuery Mapper covers the following topics in detail:

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  1. Introduction to the XQuery Mapper
  2. Advanced XQuery Mapping Techniques
  3. Integrating Relational and XML with XQuery
  4. Deploying XQuery Applications
  5. Optimizing XQuery Applications
  6. Building XQuery Web Services
  7. Converting XML to CSV using XQuery
  • Selecting XML data sources for an XML mapping project, including web service data and XML data
  • Specifying the use of dynamic, Web service data for use in an advanced XML mapping project, in addition to an XML document
  • Specifying a target XML Schema output format, and modifying the target XML Schema on the fly
  • Specifying XQuery or custom functions to aggregate or manipulate data
  • Defining and using custom data processing functions
  • Visually specifying relationships between XML source document(s) to a target XML Schema
  • Joining different XML data sources using an XQuery expression
  • Creating advanced associations between repeating XML data elements using XQuery FLWR expressions (for, let where, and return) .
  • Using visual, data processing function blocks in stylus studio to filter data based on conditions, or to specify looping
  • Chaining together data processing function blocks, creating customized, advanced XML data transformation logic
  • Previewing the output of an XQuery data mapping in Stylus Studio's XQuery output window
  • Dynamically fetching web service data for use in XQuery transformation using the Web Service Call composer
  • Understanding complex mapping relationships with Backmapping, which associates data in the Output Window with the line of XQuery code that generated that output
  • Understanding Stylus Studio's 2-way, synchronized XQuery editing and mapping which allows you to create any XQuery expression, either manually using Stylus Studio's XQuery editor
 
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