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Re: query in xml

  • From: "Yannick Beynet" <yannick.beynet@g...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 16:13:51 +0200

Re:  query in xml
Exactly ! I want to know If there is some "best practise" for
developing an XML query language.
Our problem is :
We want to add a soap gateway to access an old legacy system. This
system is very complex , many request, with many arguments. We don't
want to add one soap method for any sort of request. We prefer adding
just one method with one arguments : a string. This string should be
our query (written in XML).

2007/5/31, Michael Kay <mike@s...>:
> >
> > Sorry, but you need to explain better; you want an XML query
> > language, but not Xquery because it's an XML query language?
> >
> I *suspect* that what he wants is a query language for some kind of
> (unspecified) non-XML data but which is expressed using XML syntax. Perhaps.
> Michael Kay
> http://www.saxonica.com/

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