[xquery-talk] recurrency

Vyacheslav Sedov vyacheslav.sedov at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 03:10:21 PST 2009

now i know why so many developers hate XML,
i can bet that they use string builder to generate it

10 years for XML and i worry that we need to wait rest 30 years

On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 2:42 AM, David Carlisle <davidc at nag.co.uk> wrote:
>> The thing is that later in XML there can be referance to that fields:
>> <somewhere-it-is-used>
> sorry I really can not guess what you mean here, and I doubt anyone else
> on the list will be able to guess.
> Can you not post, to the list, a complete (but small) example of the
> input and say what result the query is supposed to produce, then
> probably someone would supply some xquery code.
> given your testXML node input in your original mail and
> the <somewhere-it-is-used> node in the last mail,
> what is supposed to be returned? perhaps ypu want the element
>  <name>name3</name>
> or perhaps the element
>  <node-name>
>   <name>name3</name>
> <node-name>
> or perhaps you want something else entirely. I can't guess what you
> intend.
> David
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