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QRE: How do Java Xquery technologies fit ?

Ronald Bourret rpbourret at rpbourret.com
Mon Jun 23 20:50:14 PDT 2008


 QRE:  How do Java Xquery technologies fit ?
I'm not quite sure I'd agree with this. In my mind, the correspondence is:

XML                    RDBMS
--------------------   -------------------
XQJ                    JDBC
XQuery                 SQL
XML database or file   Relational database

In other words, XQJ is a way to connect to an XQuery implementation 
(e.g. Saxon), execute XQuery statements, and get back query results.

-- Ron

Michael Kay wrote:
> XQJ is to Saxon as SQL is to relational databases.



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