XQuery as a general data processing language WAS: [xquery-talk] XQuery and Web 2.0

Thomas Lord lord at emf.net
Mon Apr 28 13:55:38 PDT 2008

Peter Coppens wrote:
>> Store it in an XML database, and get rid of all the data conversion 
>> you're doing - I think that's probably the missing key for being able 
>> to use XQuery better in what you're doing.
> I guess (and I actually might try this one day, together with the XML 
> pipeline approach brought up by Michael in another part of this 
> thread). It does however feel like turning the issue inside out.

You may find, once you try, that it's the other way around.   The 
popular "impedance-mismatches-r-us" approaches are the crazy inverted 
ones.  A good XDM-centric approach at all layers is a vast 
simplification.   Uh... "imo".


>> John
>> --John Snelson, Oracle Corporation            http://snelson.org.uk/john
>> Berkeley DB XML:            http://oracle.com/database/berkeley-db/xml
>> XQilla:                                  http://xqilla.sourceforge.net
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