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XQuery for the Non-Expert – Resources

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Learning XQuery can be a pain.  There are a lot of different uses for XML and different languages implement it in many different fashions.  To help clear the air a bit, I wrote a series on XQuery; which this post is a part of.

Now that I’ve posted my initial posts on what I’ve learned about XQuery, I thought I would write a follow-up posts with some links to resource that I’ve found valuable.

StrateSQL Blog Posts

Other Blog Posts and Articles

White Papers

Related posts:

  1. XQuery for the Non-Expert – Exist
  2. XQuery for the Non-Expert – Terminology
  3. XQuery for the Non-Expert – Value

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Posted by Dukagjin Maloku on 26 November 2010

Nice resources, thnx for info!

Posted by johnsonrik86 on 29 November 2010

One of the easiest ways to get started with XQuery is with the Saxon XSLT processor written by Michael Kay. This utility written in Java has been used for XSLT for years, but Michael has added XQuery to Saxon. With Saxon, you can perform queries on individual files or on collections of files without having to install a fancy XML database. This is very convenient if you are just starting out and want to start learning.

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Posted by johnsonrik86 on 29 November 2010

One of the easiest ways to get started with XQuery is with the Saxon XSLT processor written by Michael Kay. This utility written in Java has been used for XSLT for years, but Michael has added XQuery to Saxon. With Saxon, you can perform queries on individual files or on collections of files without having to install a fancy XML database. This is very convenient if you are just starting out and want to start learning.

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