[Announce] XQilla version 1.1.0 releasedJohn Snelson john.snelson at oracle.com
Tue Sep 4 12:39:32 PDT 2007
Andrew Welch wrote: > The key point here is that the XSLT has access to whole result set, > not just each tuple, so that it can use its powerful grouping > facilities over the whole set. You use XQuery to construct the result > set, and XSLT to process it. You'll be looking forward to XQuery 1.1 then - with it's promised grouping facilities ;-). John
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