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Re: indexing and querying XML (not XQuery)

xquery and search box
Hope I'm not missing too much context here:

>     In essence, most blogs have a search box, so most blogs already
>     have a search engine of some kind on board.
>     I'd like to provide a REST interface that generates results in
>     XML, so that a blog can be searched via scripting.

As blogs converge on a standard layout for posts, they would provide what  
you want out of the box(??):


>     I'd like to create a REST interface that would allow a script,
>     or a user interface, to create a comment regarding relevance,
>     and have the blog store that comment.

That sounds like it would be much better done as an annotation?



Nathan Young
A: ncy1717
E: natyoung@c...


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