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RE: Hello XQuery ... Goodbye XSLT?


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Title: RE: Hello XQuery ... Goodbye XSLT?

Ronald Bourret wrote

> I'm curious as to why you use XSLT as opposed to just generating the
> result you want straight from the database with SQL/XML.

I perform multiple transforms.  I'm in the business of transmitting real-time incremental XML data feeds over a satellite link. I use SQL/XML to produce firstly 'master' and secondly 'increment' XML documents for transmission. The increments are applied to the masters and then the growing masters styled (usually into XHTML) at the remote end of the satellite. 

John



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