Michael Rys

Musings on XML, XQuery and more...

July, 2005

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    Interviewed by Tim Anderson

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    Tim interviewed me as part of the earlier mentioned wireside chats, and has now published the interview on his website ITWriting.com . We talk about data modeling when relational tables support XML datatypes, use cases for XML in the context of database...
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    XQuery1.0/XPath 2.0 needs your help!

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    As I mentioned earlier , XQuery 1.0/XPath 2.0 has still one last call issue that that can benefit from user input. Basically, the question is, whether the so called value comparisons (that use the Fortran style syntax eq , lt , ge etc) should behave the...
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    The SQL Server XML weblogs are blooming and other "news"

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    While I have been a bit quiet over the last couple of weeks mainly due to presenting at two TechEd's, attending SIGMOD and still having to do my day jobs, we had quite an explosion of weblogs of the SQL Server XML and XQuery team members. Besides Shankar...
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