[xquery-talk] Xquery engine to use w/ J2EE servers.

Uday Subbarayan uday.s at Sun.COM
Tue Oct 21 07:16:01 PDT 2003

Thanks Michael & Per for your quick responses...Let me try both and I 
will share my experience here...
<there is no standard XQuery API yet>
yes,i know, let's wait for JSR225!


Michael Kay wrote:

>>Hi XQuery'ers,
>>      Can you pl suggest an XQuery engine(opensource /closed source, 
>>prefer opensource) to use in Tomcat/J2EE server environments? 
>>I am just 
>>starting to learn XQuery and would like to write my first helloworld 
>>with XQuery for the server-side & JSP/Servlet model for the 
>>front end...
>Well, Saxon is certainly one you should try. It's 100% Java so there
>should be no installation hassles. The only problem with this kind of
>environment is that unlike XSLT, there is no standard XQuery API yet, so
>if you want to try out different processors you will have to write a
>custom driver for each one.
>Michael Kay

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