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Re: XML Query Languages

From: Keulen, M. van (Maurice) <m.vankeulen@utwente.nl>
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 14:48:08 +0000
Message-ID: <4642CA2D.6020406@utwente.nl>
To: konmpek@it.teithe.gr
Cc: www-ql@w3.org

Interesting is also XDuce which is a typed functional programming
language that is specifically designed for processing XML data.
Maurice van Keulen.

Jonathan Robie wrote:
> XSLT and XQuery are in very active use, and are very widely
> implemented. XQL is a precursor to XPath, and the inventors of XQL and
> XML-QL put their later efforts into XQuery, which is the language they
> now endorse. I don't know how active Lorel or XML-GL are.
> Also of interest are extensions to existing languages to support
> various subsets of XQuery, such as Microsoft's LINQ and IBM's XJ.
> Jonathan
> konmpek@it.teithe.gr wrote:
>> I have my final project in my university,and i have to find and
>> compare all the
>> xml query languages.I have focused until now at Lorel, XML-QL, XQL,
>> XML-GL ,
>> XQuery and XSLT. Are there any other languages to search? Does the
>> most of these language (like xml-ql,xql and xml-gl) work nowadays?
>> XDuce is also a usable language? Thank you,
>> kostas
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