Posts Tagged: XQuery

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XQuery for the Non-Expert – Substring() Function

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Follow the rest of this series at the XQuery for the Non-Expert – X-Query Resources introduction post. Within the value() and query() methods it is sometimes desirable to return a portion of a string.  Similar to T-SQL, there is a substring function in XQuery that provides this functionality. In this XQuery for the Non-Expert post […]

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XQuery for the Non-Expert – Nodes

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Follow the rest of this series at the XQuery for the Non-Expert – X-Query Resources introduction post. In the last post, I discussed XMLNAMESPACES in the XQuery for the Non-Expert series.  With this post, we’ll be looking into the nodes() method. Where XMLNAMESPACES is the map through the XML document, the nodes() method is the […]

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XQuery for the Non-Expert – XMLNAMESPACE

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Follow the rest of this series at the XQuery for the Non-Expert – X-Query Resources introduction post. Let’s talk about XMLNAMESPACE.  Are you excited?  Does your skin crawl with excitement – or rather unease at the thought of leveraging this T-SQL clause? The goal here is to make XQuery and it’s functions and clauses easier […]