XQL is a query language that uses XML as a data model, and it is very similar to XSL Patterns. XQL is not a version of the W3C's XML Query Language. However, both are XML-based query languages.
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Maintained by Jonathan Robie, Research and Development Fellow, Software AG.
Proposal: XML Query Language
Intended as input for the upcoming W3C query language activity, the XQL language described in this paper contains several features not in previously published versions of the language including joins, links, text containment, and extensible functions.
Simple XML Data Manipulation Language
Consists of a data definition and manipulation language like SQL and a database API.
Discusses the simplest and probably most common queries. The tutorial is intended to present a quick overview.
The Quest for an XML Query Standard
This article reviews the major proposals for a standard query language discussed at XL 98. (March 02, 1999)
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