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ANNOUNCE: XML Query Engine 1.0
- From: Howard Katz <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 17:25:22 -0700
The 1.0 release of XML Query Engine is now shipping. XML Query Engine is a
Java-based search engine component that allows you to search small to
medium-size collections of XML documents for full-text content using XQL, a
de facto XML query language standard that's nearly identical to the
abbreviated form of XPath. The engine is small (roughly 160 kb) and has a
straightforward API that let's you wire it in to your own own Java
applications using a SAX1 or SAX2 parser of your choice. The engine also has
early experimental support for XQuery.
There's a free eval version downloadable at the website. The eval version is
unsupported but is otherwise identical to the production version, minus the
availability of a persistent index feature.