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Querying XML with XQuery (Advances in Database Systems)

Ioana Manolescu

Querying XML with XQuery (Advances in Database Systems)

by Ioana Manolescu

  • 66 Want to read
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Published by Springer .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7444987M
ISBN 100387269339
ISBN 109780387269337

Querying XML INTRODUCTION As more and more data is stored and/or represented as XML, XQuery1 is under the spotlight as a standard way to query XML. XQuery is a W3C Working Draft, expected to reach Recommendation status some time in XQuery extends the functionality of XPath, a language for expressing paths into XML structures, with predicates. XQuery uses functions to extract data from XML documents. The doc () function is used to open the "" file: doc ("") Path Expressions. XQuery uses path expressions to navigate through elements in an XML document. The following path expression is used to select all the title elements in the "" file.

XQuery is the W3C language designed for querying XML data. It is similar to SQL in many ways, but just as SQL is designed for querying structured, relational data, XQuery is designed especially for querying semi-structured, XML data from a variety of data sources. You can use XQuery to query XML data wherever it is found, whether it is. This note covers the following topics: introduction, xml basics, xml structural constraint specification, document type definitions (dtds), xml schema, xmldatabase mappings, xml parsing apis, simple api for xml (sax), document object model (dom), xml querying and transformation, xpath, xquery, xslt, xml applications.

  Querying XML provides a comprehensive background from fundamental concepts (What is XML?) to data models (the Infoset, PSVI, XQuery Data Model), to APIs (querying XML from SQL or Java) and more. * Presents the concepts clearly, and demonstrates them with illustrations and examples; offers a thorough mastery of the subject area in a single book. 1. XML 2. Querying 3. Querying XML 4. Metadata-An Overview 5. Structural Metadata 6. The XML Information Set (Infoset) and Beyond7. Managing XML: Transforming and Connecting8. Storing: XML and Databases 9. XPath and XPath Introduction to XQuery XQuery Definition XQueryX What's Missing? XQuery APIs SQL/XML


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Querying XML is the page reference book I will now keep next to my keyboard for all things XQuery, XPath, and XML. The book has a nice and non-academic approach to learning XML and using the XML Query language (XQuery) to build application software.

The book starts with data concepts and then gives in-depth explanations of the tools, APIs Cited by: Querying XML is the page reference book I will now keep next to my keyboard for all things XQuery, XPath, and XML.

The book has a nice and non-academic approach to learning XML and using the XML Query language (XQuery) to build application software. The book starts with data concepts and then gives in-depth explanations of the tools, APIs /5. Querying XML is the page reference book I will now keep next to my keyboard for all things XQuery, XPath, and XML.

The book has a nice and non-academic approach to learning XML and using the XML Query language (XQuery) to build application s: 8. Chapter 1. Introduction to XQuery This chapter provides background on the purpose and capabilities of XQuery.

It also gives a quick introduction to the features of XQuery that are covered - Selection from XQuery, 2nd Edition [Book]. XQuery is built on XPath expressions.

XQuery is supported by all major databases. XQuery is a W3C Recommendation. XQuery is About Querying XML. XQuery is a language for finding and extracting elements and attributes from XML documents. Here is an example of what XQuery could solve: "Select all CD records with a price less than $10 from the CD.

Querying XML is the page reference book I will now keep next to my keyboard for all things XQuery, XPath, and XML. The book has a nice and non-academic approach to learning XML and using the XML Query language (XQuery) to build application software/5(6). This book will also help managers and project leaders grasp how “querying XML” fits into the larger context of querying and XML.

Querying XML provides a comprehensive background from fundamental concepts (What is XML?) to data models (the Infoset, PSVI, XQuery Data Model), to APIs (querying XML from SQL or Java) and more. Querying the Document. This section examines a simple XQuery program that queries the document you previously.

First, run the code as follows: Create another Query Console query. With the XQuery standard, you finally have a tool that will make it much easier to search, extract and manipulate information from XML content stored in databases.

This in-depth tutorial not only walks you through the XQuery specification, but also teaches you how to program with this widely anticipated query language/5(20).

Querying XML provides a comprehensive background from fundamental concepts (What is XML?) to data models (the Infoset, PSVI, XQuery Data Model), to APIs (querying XML from SQL or Java) and more.* Presents the concepts clearly, and demonstrates them with illustrations and examples; offers a thorough mastery of the subject area in a single book.5/5(1).

Querying XML book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. XML has become the lingua franca for representing business data, for exchangi /5(11).

Querying XML: XQuery, XPath, and SQL/XML in context - Ebook written by Jim Melton, Stephen Buxton. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

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Querying XML provides a comprehensive background from fundamental concepts (What is XML?) to data models (the Infoset, PSVI, XQuery Data Model), to APIs (querying XML from SQL or Java) and more. • Presents the concepts clearly, and demonstrates them with illustrations and examples; offers a thorough mastery of the subject area in a single : Jim Melton.

Querying XML provides a comprehensive background from fundamental concepts (What is XML?) to data models (the Infoset, PSVI, XQuery Data Model), to APIs (querying XML from SQL or Java) and more.

* Presents the concepts clearly, and demonstrates them with illustrations and examples; offers a thorough mastery of the subject area in a single book. I have following XML stored in a XML column (called Roles) in a SQL Server database. I'd like to list all rows that have a specific role in them.

This role passed by parameter. These pages will show you more about how to query XML in T-SQL: After playing with it a little bit more, I ended up with this amazing query that uses CROSS APPLY. XQuery is a querying language designed specifically to work with XML data stores using a SQL-like syntax.

As of JulyXQuery is still under development by the W3C standards body. However, the core features and syntax or XQuery are solid, so now is as good a time as any to learn about XQuery, especially since Yukon, the next version of.

Despite its relative youth (XQuery was only released in when XSLT had already reached its version ), XQuery was born remarkably mature. XML servers like eXist-db and MarkLogic were already using XQuery as their language for querying XML and performing web server operations (obviating the need for learning PHP, Perl, or Python).

Ad-Hoc XML File Querying When you need to shred just part of the data within a large XML file into a SQL Server table, the most efficient way is to just select what you need via XQuery or by using XPath, before shredding it into a table.5/5(4).

Support for the XQuery language in Oracle XML DB is designed to provide the best fit between the worlds of relational storage and querying XML data. Oracle XML DB is a general XQuery implementation, but it is in addition specifically designed to make relational and XQuery queries work well together.

Querying XML Data Using XQuery Storing XML in the database is one thing; querying it efficiently is another. Prior to the xml data type in SQL Serveryou had to deconstruct the XML and move element and attribute data into relational columns to perform a query on the XML data residing in the text column.

Get this from a library! Querying XML: XQuery, XPath, and SQL/XML in context. [Jim Melton; Stephen Buxton] -- Useful for software developers and systems architects, this book teaches useful approaches to querying XML documents and repositories. It also helps managers and project leaders grasp how querying.I'm new to xquery and is trying to read different references on using the tool.

I've been trying to play around testing and trying to generate some xml format messages but this one puzzles me. Here's my xQuery code: Sample XQuery.When an XQuery is executed against an XML instance, the resulting XML is serialized with double quotation marks around the attribute values.

DECLARE @x xml -- Use double quotation marks. SET @x = '' SELECT @x GO DECLARE @x xml -- Use single quotation marks.