[xquery-talk] [Announce] XQilla version 1.1.0 released
fcohen at pushtotest.com
Mon Sep 3 14:52:01 PDT 2007
Hi John: I am CEO and founder at PushToTest. We publish the open-
source TestMaker platform business service management, service
optimization, and test automation. TestMaker logs to a database and I
imagine offering our users an XQuery option to generate reports.
Details at http://www.pushtotest.com. Also, I worked for Raining Data
for 2 years and became a believer in using native XML tools to work
with XML data. -Frank
On Sep 3, 2007, at 2:59 AM, John Snelson wrote:
> Hi Frank,
> XQilla is a C++ library and command line tool. There is currently
> no Java API for it, so you would have to use JNI or Runtime.exec()
> to invoke it.
> What were you hoping to use it for?
> Frank Cohen wrote:
>> Congratulations on the release.
>> What is the way for me to use XQilla from Java?
>> On Aug 31, 2007, at 7:37 AM, John Snelson wrote:
>>> The XQilla developers are very excited to announce the release of
>>> version 1.1.0 of XQilla, with some major new features including
>>> XQuery Update support (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007),
>>> streaming event API for output, and speed and memory consumption
>>> XQilla is an XQuery and XPath 2.0 implementation written in C++
>>> and based on Xerces-C. It implements the DOM 3 XPath API, as well
>>> as having it's own more powerful API. It conforms to the both the
>>> XQuery and XPath 2.0 W3C recommendations.
>>> XQilla can be downloaded here:
>>> More information on XQilla is available here:
>>> talk at x-query.com
>> Frank Cohen, PushToTest, http://www.PushToTest.com, phone 408 374
>> TestMaker: The open-source SOA test automation tool
>> talk at x-query.com
> talk at x-query.com
Frank Cohen, PushToTest, http://www.PushToTest.com, phone 408 374 7426
TestMaker: The open-source SOA test automation tool
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