Quiz: Can XQuery Help Our Company?

By Sean Gallagher  |  Posted 2003-10-09 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

XQuery 1.0 is a language that allows users to search for and extract information from databases and documents. Here's how it works, who is using it, and whether or not it's right for you.

XQuery 1.0 is a language that allows users to search for and extract information from databases and documents. Here's how it works, who is using it, and whether or not it's right for you.


1. Our company has a lot of data stored in the XML format.
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2. We currently store XML data in relational databases.
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3. We have business or compliance requirements that require us to produce, on demand, documents that rely on many types of data.
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1. 2.

4. We're trying to move data from "flat" and relational files into an XML format.
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1. 2.

5. Our company uses a content management system. We want to link it to transactional data.
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Sean Gallagher is editor of Ziff Davis Internet's enterprise verticals group. Previously, Gallagher was technology editor for Baseline, before joining Ziff Davis, he was editorial director of Fawcette Technical Publications' enterprise developer publications group, and the Labs managing editor of CMP's InformationWeek. A former naval officer and former systems integrator, Gallagher lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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