XQJ Proposed Final Draft

XQJ Proposed Final Draft

November 21, 2007 0 Comments

The Proposed Final Draft for XQJ, which is being developed under the Java Community Process as JSR 225 is available for download. XQJ is the standard Java API to access XQuery implementations. Eventually XQJ will be for XQuery what JDBC is for SQL on the Java platform.

The Proposed Final Draft includes the following components,

  • Specification (PDF)
  • JavaDoc of the API (HTML)
  • Java sources of the API
  • JAR file of the API (xqjapi.jar)
  • Reference implementation
  • Technology Compatibility Kit

Comments can be send to jsr-225-comments@jcp.org.

Want to learn XQJ? The ongoing XQJ series is a good starting point. And there are implementations available, including DataDirect XQuery.

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