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At 4/10/2006 05:37 AM, Michael Kay wrote:
>XQuery update extensions are on the way, but not there yet. And it's not an
>XML format, unfortunately.
Not to worry. One of the requirements of the XQuery Update Facility is
that it share the XML syntax that XQuery itself provides (called
XQueryX). In fact, I am personally on the hook to draft a proposal for the
XQueryX enhancements to support the XQuery Update Facility syntax.
By the way, as Mike said, XUpdate is hardly a standard. The spec itself is
incredibly incomplete and has effectively been abandoned. I am unaware of
an update in the last few years. While there are several claimed
implementations, it is difficult to imagine that they are interoperable in
any meaningful sense because of the large areas left unspecified that
implementors would have to define for themselves.
Hope this helps,
Jim Melton --- Editor of ISO/IEC 9075-* (SQL) Phone: +1.801.942.0144
Co-Chair, W3C XML Query WG; F&O (etc.) editor Fax : +1.801.942.3345
Oracle Corporation Oracle Email: jim dot melton at oracle dot com
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Sandy, UT 84093-1063 USA Personal email: jim at melton dot name
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