[xquery-talk] xquery technology now ready?

Adam Retter adam.retter at googlemail.com
Wed Dec 11 10:02:31 PST 2013

Amazon EC2 have a free tier for a year and eXist can be installed on there
and runs fine if your database is not too big.
On 10 Dec 2013 14:18, "e-letter" <inpost at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10/12/2013, Liam R E Quin <liam at w3.org> wrote:
> >
> > For a catalogue of any size you'll probably want to send only the
> > matching entries to the Web browser/client, so you'll want to run XQuery
> > on the server.
> >
> 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?
> Or, are there any (cheap) web hosts that have these xquery
> functionalities already installed on their servers?
> If these server software are not readily provided by cheap web host
> suppliers, isn't it easier to use postgresql and php which is more
> likely to available from existing low cost web host suppliers?
> Whilst xquery seems interesting, for a personal learning project
> having to pay for a dedicated server is expected to be too expensive.
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