In one of my previous posts, I blogged about the new W3C XML Query publications, including XQuery Update Facility.
ddtek:serialize-to-url($newOrder, $filename, "")
And as you can imagine, the more complex your documents are, the more these issues are relevant. The example above is in fact over simplified. Typical XML documents in the industry are much more complex, think for example on some of the ones we use in our tutorial How DataDirect XQuery Helps the Insurance Industry Deal with ACORD Standards.
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