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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Robie
> Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2002 11:51 AM
> To: Dare Obasanjo; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: [xml-dev] XQuery types was Re: [xml-dev] Yet
> another plea for XUpdate...
> I agree with you that implementability is an important
> criterion. Who can
> implement XQuery? Well....
> Cognetic Systems: http://www.cogneticsystems.com/xquery/xquery.html
> Enosys Markets: http://www.enosysmarkets.com/products/xq.html
> Fatdog: http://www.fatdog.com/
> Ipedo's XML Database v3.0: http://www.ipedo.com
> IPSI-XQ: http://xml.ipsi.fhg.de/xquerydemo
> Lucent: http://db.bell-labs.com/galax/
> Microsoft: http://xqueryservices.com
> OpenLink Software (Virtuoso Universal Server):
> Oracle: http://otn.oracle.com/tech/xml/xmldb/htdocs/querying_xml
> Qexo (Kawa-Query): http://www.qexo.org/
> Software AG: http://www.softwareag.com/developer/downloads/default.htm
> Sourceforge's Kweelt: http://kweelt.sourceforge.net/.
> Open-source. SourceForge's XQuench:
> http://xquench.sourceforge.net/. Open-source.
> XML Global: http://www.xmlglobal.com
This is a bogus list because NONE of these people support everything in
the current draft of XQuery. Secondly, I can also pull out a similarly
impressive list of W3C XML Schema implementations. However once one
takes a closer look to see how many actually are close to complete
compliance then the number dwindles rather rapidly.
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