[xquery-talk] xquery technology now ready?

Misztur, Chris CMisztur at macleanfogg.com
Wed Dec 11 07:03:50 PST 2013

For me it is what fits right now and xquery fits perfectly.

Can you describe practical and cost effective?


On Dec 11, 2013, at 8:31 AM, "e-letter" <inpost at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10/12/2013, Christian Grün <christian.gruen at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> From all the recommendations, is it correct to assume that a dedicated
>>> web server will need to be used, where permissions are provided to
>>> install these various software products?
>> If you simply want to learn the language, there is no need to look out
>> for professional hosting solutions. Some XQuery implementations come
>> with their own web server code, and they are often pretty light-weight
>> (and can also be run locally). As Adam indicated, if you are looking
>> for open source solutions, you could have a look at BaseX (disclaimer:
>> I’m contributing to this project), or eXist-db, which are both easy to
>> install, and check out the included examples.
> The problem with the general lack of widespread deployment of xquery
> is a risk of disappointment similar to xforms. I would like to learn
> xquery with the knowledge that practical deployment is possible and
> cost effective; otherwise the technology doesn't seem ready yet and so
> sql database + sever script language remains the option.
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