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Publishing data as XML... What did you expect, of course that such topic needs to be handled in a series like XQuery for the SQL Programmer. Despite the enormous usage of XML throughout most application development initiatives these days, publishing relation data as XML using SQL dialects or extensions is still cumbersome through. Cumbersome meaning that first this is basically handled through a different language, embedded in your SQL statements. And second, there is still no cross database solution to handle this, there are differences between various database flavors, frequently even between database versions.
for $b in collection("BIDS")/BIDS
where $b/USERID = $u/USERID
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