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   Re: [xml-dev] standard vs. implementation tools for XQuery

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Quoting Liam Quin <liam@w3.org>:

> Can you give a simple example?  I've used doc() more than once
> in the same query with Lucents Galax, for example (obviously
> giving a different URI each time for it to be useful).

Quoting Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@datadirect.com>:
> Are you saying the tools you are using do not support the doc() function at 
> all, or place restrictions on its use? Can you give me more information?

What I mean is that a tool I try supports *doc()* while another one does
*document()*. However, I would follow the standard of W3C for syntax of quiry.

Additionally, how about joining? has anyone concerning joining elements between
two more XML-based documents? (compared with SQL e.g. inner-join, outer-join)
Be honest, I couldn't find this stuff on the lastest draft of XQuery yet.

Thank you indeed for any suggestion of yours. 


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