[xquery-talk] How to optimize XQuery?
jhunter at xquery.com
Tue Sep 21 15:12:40 PDT 2004
Mark Logic has a Java access API named XDBC, downloadable at
http://xqzone.marklogic.com/download/. As with most high-performant
databases, you don't embed Mark Logic within your application, you
connect via TCP/IP to the server process.
There's also a higher level access API built on XDBC that I open
sourced. I named it "JQEE". :) It's available on the same page. For
80% of your query tasks it's all you need.
To connect to Mark Logic via a JSP page there's a JSP Taglibs library
Makes it easy to write an XQuery-backed J2EE application.
> Hi Jason,
> Mark Logic seems to be good, but i'm trying to run some simulations at a
> grid plattform and i'm looking for only a ".jar" to perform xquery queries
> using java API. Where i can find the Mark Logic xquery.jar? Does anyone
> knows another simple xquery java api or where i can find the oracle
> xquery api?
> Jason Hunter wrote:
>> I've found Mark Logic to be really good (so good I joined the
>> company). :) You can get the Mark Logic engine at
>> http://xqzone.marklogic.com. It's commercial software, but to help
>> people learning and fill in a void on the low end we're giving away a
>> free 50 Meg limited version, or a 1 Gig limited version for 30 day
>> trial. The production version can scale past a terabyte.
>> Here's a tech overview:
>> Robson wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm using the xquery implemantion available in
>>> seems to work well, except because the ResultSet take a long time to
>>> execute the "resultset.next()", mainly with big files and i'm using
>>> "where clauses". Does anyone know how to optimize query or if there
>>> is another faster implementation of xquery available to download?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Robson Hugo Araújo dos Santos
>>> talk at xquery.com
>> talk at xquery.com
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