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XQuery and XPath

  • Jay Natarajan
  • Rudi Bruchez
  • Scott Shaw
  • Michael Coles

Abstract

As we described in Chapter 11, SQL Server 2012 continues the high level of XML integration begun in SQL Server 2005. As part of that integration, SQL Server’s xml data type provides built-in functionality for shredding XML data into relational format, querying XML nodes and singleton atomic values via XQuery, and modifying XML data via XML Data Modification Language (XML DML). This chapter focuses on how to get the most out of SQL Server’s implementation of the powerful and flexible XPath and XQuery standards.

Keywords

Node Test Empty Sequence XPath Expression Context Node XQuery Expression 
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© Jay Natarajan, Rudi Bruchez, Scott Shaw, and Michael Coles 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jay Natarajan
  • Rudi Bruchez
  • Scott Shaw
  • Michael Coles

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