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Re[4]: SQL5

  • From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@n...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 11:59:49 +0300

Re[4]:  SQL5

>> DT>> Let i guess: you define SQL as matching to template
>> DT>> 'EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter EnglishWord Parameter', i.e.
>> DT>> 'select      ...       from        ...       where       ...',       and nothing else.
IM> May I please suggest that you continue your exchange with Jonathan
IM> offline (separately from the xml-dev list)?
IM> (It's just my suggestion - perhaps the conversation is still useful to
IM> you, in which case of course it will continue.)
I'd like to listen:
(1) is my DDL- and DML-proposals usefull (non notes till now)
(2) is TML more convenient, than XQuery ('no' never sounds).
    I'd like, that people compare their XQuery with examples on

If answer #2 is yes, than i'd like to understand two things:
(2.1) why people argue by so, that it's possible to make in other way
      [i.e. by XQuery]
(2.2) why people is hold by old BNF before usability.

Dmitry Turin
SQL5      (5.5.0)  http://sql50.euro.ru
HTML6     (6.4.3)  http://html60.euro.ru
Unicode7  (7.2.0)  http://unicode70.euro.ru
Computer2 (2.0.2)  http://computer20.euro.ru

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