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Michael Kay mike at saxonica.com
Tue Feb 2 04:58:30 PST 2010


  XQuery frameworks
> 'extend standardization "beyond the query"' - that is an 
> excellent formula, I think! As one of the reasons why the 
> need is real I regard the challenge of data integration....
> 
> A movement "beyond the query": how about a processing model 
> just one level above the query level, of moderate complexity, 
> integrating the execution of single queries, for example by 
> assigning to them properties which would allow to automate 
> their squencing, input provision and output delivery? 

Some of this need is satisfied by XProc. There are some who would like to
see the whole application written in XQuery and don't want to see any other
language present. But to my mind, integration is often about combining and
reusing application components written in different languages and different
technologies, and XProc meets that need admirably.

Regards,

Michael Kay
http://www.saxonica.com/
http://twitter.com/michaelhkay 




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