Standard XQuery support for MySQL(R): it's available now!

Standard XQuery support for MySQL(R): it's available now!

by Minollo
January 09, 2008 0 Comments

As you may have noticed if you paid attention to our recent new releases, DataDirect XQuery now fully supports MySQL(R).
That means that finally MySQL users have access to a standard way (XQuery) to get access to their data as XML. To see how all this works, and how MySQL users can take advantage of this opportunity, we have created a few examples on our web site; see how easy it is to extract data from MySQL as XML, how to aggregate it with XML documents or even EDI documents; and how you can even update your MySQL data directly from XQuery.

Minollo

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