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Re: [xml-dev] ANNOUNCE: XQuery Implementation Demo available onlinefrom X-Hive
- From: Jonathan Robie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 13:17:49 -0400
At 09:21 PM 10/23/2001 +0200, email@example.com wrote:
>X-Hive Corporation has just posted an online demo of its XQuery
Cool! I just spent some time playing with this, and it implements most of
the use cases, including most of the harder ones. I am really happy to see
another fairly complete implementation.
>A few key points which makes this particular demo unique:
I like your demo, and it says good things about your XQuery implementation.
Your three points are not unique, though. Software AG's QuiP also works
with XML documents stored in a native XML database, does virtually all of
the use cases (I can't remember if we left any out), and allows queries on
collections of XML documents.
You can download our prototype for free from here:
QuiP, Software AG's XQuery Prototype
There is also a link to an online demo from this same page.
Here are some other XQuery implementations:
Also worth mentioning is Kweelt, which is an implementation of Quilt, the
earlier language from which XQuery evolved:
I am sure that there are other implementations out there that I do not know
about. Aside from QuiP and X-Hive, I do not know if any of these are based
on native XML databases.
If anyone knows about other implementations, based on native XML database
or not, please let me know!