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[main] SQL instead of XQuery


MK> I'm not very interested in data that's predictable.

Can you bring example of task, where unique xml-elements appear often,
and estimate percent of unique xml-elements and frequency
(in elements per day) of their appearance ?

MK> We use relational databases ... We force the data to fit
MK> into rows and columns by ignoring the parts of the information that can't
MK> readily be modelled that way

Examples of information, which can't be modelled that way ?

Maybe you know tasks, in which unique xml-elements appears each
milli-second, micro-second, that it's impossible to 'create table' or
'alter table' manually in time ?
Can auto-creating (without participation of man) and auto-altering
solve task ?

MK> we pretend that it isn't changing by
MK> ignoring the changes, or the requirements for change.

we are refusing to 'alter table' ?

Dmitry Turin
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