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April 12, 2016

This is the fourth part of a series introducing Oracle developers to XQuery. In the first three parts we’ve talked about XPath, Oracle’s implementation of XQuery, and FLWOR. This article won’t be taking on anything so meaty; I just want to clear up some odds and ends that I think are important, but I wasn’t able to shoehorn into any… Continue Reading →

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This is the third instalment in a series of articles that I’m hoping will serve as a primer for Oracle developers interested in learning about Xquery. And – confession time – I’ve left the best part for last. However, you really should start with Part 1. Good things come to those who wait. In the first article we talked about… Continue Reading →

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Back at the start of 2007, the bods at W3C announced the birth of a new language. Its name was to be XQuery and it was, they said, to be to XML what SQL is to databases. Whoa, hold a second. That’s a huge claim. That’s kinda like taking your toddler for their first piano lesson and announcing to the… Continue Reading →

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