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Where is the Query in XQuery ?
This article points out the important query characteristics missing from XQuery. It does this by comparing XQuery to SQLfX®, an ANSI SQL hierarchical XML query processor. This article was published in the Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN) on July 1, 2008.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1012  Category: Article    

Generate XQuery Code with Altova MapForce
Altova® MapForce® auto-generates standards-conformant XQuery code for mapping one XML Schema to another XML Schema. A visual data integration tool, MapForce® allows you to define data mappings graphically and then generate XQuery code to implement the data transformation. The ability to generate XQuery code allows you work with XQuery in a native implementation with MapForce® acting as a visual XQuery builder, and the XQuery code produced by MapForce® can be executed in an XML-capable database.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1507  Category: Resource    

Simple XQuery Development with Altova XMLSpy
Altova® XMLSpy® 2007 includes native, schema-aware support for XQuery 1.0, including creating, editing, debugging, profiling and executing XQuery files. XQuery is an important new language for extracting information from XML documents and databases. Built largely on the robust XPath 2.0 specification, XQuery is predicted to be for XML what SQL is to the relational database. Altova XMLSpy® 2007 provides powerful support for XQuery and XPath 2.0 and includes an XQuery debugger and an XQuery profiler. Support for both standards has been updated to comply with the respective standards released by the W3C on January 23, 2007.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 3117  Category: Resource    

Extending XQuery to access non-XML Data
Need to access legacy or other non-XML data formats and relational data? It's easy with Stylus Studio XML Deployment Adapters — high-performance Java components that can extend DataDirect XQuery by providing bi-directional programmatic access to virtually any data source (EDI, flat files, relational, and others) as XML. Stylus Studio also provides integrated support for developing applications which use DataDirect XQuery.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2990  Category: Article    

http://www.stylusstudio.com/deployment/datadirectxquery/
Need to access legacy or other non-XML data formats and relational data? It's easy with Stylus Studio XML Deployment Adapters — high-performance Java components that can extend DataDirect XQuery by providing bi-directional programmatic access to virtually any data source (EDI, flat files, relational, CSV, TSV, Binary Data, etc.) as XML. Stylus Studio also provides integrated support for developing applications which use DataDirect XQuery.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1401  Category: Article    

Relational and XML Tools
DataDirect XQuery is a high-performance Java component that implements both XQuery and the XQuery for Java API, used to query XML and relational data together. It supports most relational databases (SQL Server, IBM DB2, Oracle, etc.), runs on any Java platform, and is easily embeddable into almost any Java program. DataDirect XQuery works with any J2EE Application Server, although no application server is required. This tutorial shows how to use various relational and XML tools in Stylus Studio that use DataDirect XQuery to further simplifies relational and XML data integration.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2547  Category: Tutorial    

XQuery Editor
offers help editing XQuery expression by the following means: Content Completion and Syntax Highlight. The content completion is triggered by CTRL-Space shortcut, at any point in the expression. It shows the list of all the available XQuery functions and keywords. Each function has been commented.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1504  Category: Resource    

The XQuery-Talk Blog
The XQuery-talk blog was started by Java guru Jason Hunter at xquery.com - it provides a helpful means to communicate with the growing world-wide community of XQuery developers. Bookmark the ATOM or RSS feed in your newsreader today.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1871  Category: Blog    

An Introduction to the XQuery FLWOR Expression
Stylus Studio, the industry-leading provider of XML development tools and components for advanced data integration, today announced the availability of a new XQuery tutorial entitled — "Blooming FLWOR: An Introduction to the XQuery FLWOR Expression". Forget about those old-fashioned, costly online XQuery training seminars – "An Introduction to the XQuery FLWOR Expression" is informative, fast, easy to learn, and best of all 100% Free. The new tutorial is written by XML industry guru, Dr. Michael Kay, founder of Saxonica, the producer of the Saxon XQuery and XSLT processor. Dr. Kay is a member of the W3C committee on XQuery, XPath, and XSLT, and the author of numerous best-selling XML books. Software developers and managers looking give development teams an extra edge can read the new FLWOR tutorial online today.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1379  Category: Press Release    

Stylus Studio Releases World's Fastest XQuery Primer: Learn XQuery in Ten Minutes
Stylus Studio, the industry-leading provider of XML development tools for advanced data integration, today announced the availability of the world's fastest XQuery tutorial. Unlike over-priced, boring, or confusing online XQuery training seminars, "Learn XQuery in 10 Minutes" is fast, easy, and free. The new tutorial is written by XML industry guru, Dr. Michael Kay, founder of Saxonica, the producer of the Saxon XQuery and XSLT processor. Dr. Kay is a member of the W3C committee on XQuery, XPath, and XSLT, and the author of numerous best-selling XML books. Software developers and managers looking for ways to give their development teams a leg-up can read the new tutorial online today.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1262  Category: Press Release    

XQuery Update Facilities
In the real world, data is not read-only. While XQuery provides an excellent model for simple and powerful updates to XML, updates are missing from XQuery 1.0. Several vendors are implementing their own proprietary extensions to provide update, and several update proposals have circulated within the W3C XML Query Working Group and at various conferences. Join XQuery authors Jonathan Robie (DataDirect Technologies) and Daniela Florescu (Oracle Corporation) for a talk about their recently published requirements document which discusses various approaches to adding an Update Facility to XQuery. After identifying some of the major questions associated with this work and exploring the problem space and solution space without attempting to predict the answers that the Working Group will find, speakers hope to get feedback from the XML community to bring back into the XQuery Update effort.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1225  Category: Press Release    

Zapthink Report: Building XML Data Services
Report Abstract: Stylus Studio 6 XML Enterprise Edition from DataDirect Technologies is a mature XML Integrated Development Environment (XML IDE) that offers developers a complete set of capabilities for increasing XML development productivity. In particular, the latest release augments their popular XML editor, XSLT debugger, and other XML tools with extensive legacy data integration capabilities, enabling developers to create XML data services in either Java or .NET environments that access a wide range of legacy data formats and systems. The key to Stylus Studio's success with customers is the completeness of their offering as well as their platform-neutral delivery approach, unlike the platform-specific offerings of its competitors. Download the entire report for free.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2531  Category: Article    

XQuery FLWOR
An Introduction to the XQuery FLWOR Expression covers the principal parts of the powerful XQuery For, Let, Where, Order By, and Return expression. This XQuery tutorial includes several FLWOR examples and easy to understand explanations.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2899  Category: Article    

Working with XQuery
Stylus Studio provides many features for working with XML Query (XQuery), including a graphical mapper that allows you to construct a query without writing any code, and tools to help you run and debug XQueries. This XQuery tutorial covers the following topics:

Getting Started with XQuery in Stylus Studio, Building an XQuery Using the Mapper, Debugging XQuery Documents, Creating an XQuery Scenario, Generating Java Code for XQuery.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1508  Category: Article    

XQuery Tools for Berkeley DB XML
This article describes how to Open/Query and Save XML to/from Berkeley DB XML 2.0 from the Stylus Studio XML IDE. Berkeley DB XML is an application-specific native XML data manager built on Berkeley DB, a widely deployed data management engine.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 3068  Category: Article    

Building Web Service and XQuery Applications with TigerLogic XDMS and Stylus Studio
This tutorial describes Stylus Studio's integrated developer tools support for Raining Data TigerLogic XML data management server (XDMS), and includes a tutorial on how to build a sample XQuery application that invokes a Web service, then processes the results, directly within the XQuery expression. Sample files and detailed step-by-step instructions are included.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 6795  Category: Tutorial    

Using XQuery Tools to build Mark Logic Content Interaction Server Applications
Stylus Studio XML Enterprise Edition features XQuery tools for developing advanced XQuery-based XML content management applications using Mark Logic's Content Interaction Server. This tutorial provides an overview of the integrated support for Mark Logic's Content Interaction Server in Stylus Studio, including: Editing Support for Mark Logic's Built-in XQuery Functions, Support for Mark Logic XQuery Function Prototypes, Access Mark Logic Content Interaction Server in Stylus Studio, Support for Mark Logic's XQuery Processor in Stylus Studio's XQuery Editor, and more.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2999  Category: Tutorial    

An Interview With Mike Olson on XQuery and Database Technologies
Mike Olson is the President and CEO of Sleepycat Software, the makers of Berkeley DB, a widely-used open source developer database software in the world with more than 200 million deployments. Mr. Olson has held numerous positions since joining Sleepycat in 1998 — he was one of the original authors of the Berkeley DB software, and he served as Vice President of Marketing before being appointed CEO in 2000. Last year, Sleepycat Software released Berkeley DB XML, a new edition of its developer database that stores and retrieves data using native XML.

Stylus Studio is an XML IDE for XML data integration, featuring advanced support for XQuery development, including XQuery editing, mapping, debugging and performance profiling, as well as tools for working with XSLT, XPath and XML Schema. Ivan Pedruzzi, Stylus Studio's Senior Product Architect and editor of The Stylus Scoop newsletter, recently had the opportunity to meet up with Mike on behalf of the Stylus Studio developer community. This interview covers the impact of XML technologies on database technologies and other topics related to XML data integration.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 3108  Category: Article    

How to Debug and Troubleshoot XQuery
Complex XQuery documents require robust debugging features - this tutorial covers how to set breakpoints in your XQuery documents, how to monitor the value of XQuery variables, trace the sequence of XQuery expressions that created a particular XML output, how to use breakpoints, and more.

Type: XQuery  #Views: 2792  Category: Article    

XQuery for All: An online Petition to Support XQuery in Microsoft.NET
Help get the word out! The "XQuery for All" campaign is an ongoing effort to mobilize the Microsoft XQuery developer community who have lost their right to XQuery. You'll find free campaign gear, an FAQ, an online petition, a list of ways to help, and more. Many have already signed the petition, and together we can make the world a better place to code!

Type: XQuery  #Views: 1761  Category: Article    

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