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Kermit Tensmeyer
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      11-13-2003
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I've been trying to figure how to use the sql extensions (EXSLT) with
regards to the various processors (saxon, xalan, xmlstarlet/xsltproc).

I've seen one example of inserting into a DBS, and one example of "select
* from Table" Are there other examples "out there?"

Is there a way to execute nested selects? Joined selects? selects with
parameter placeholders? Sometimes it's easier to start with example code
before undertaking major undertakings...


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Gregory Vaughan
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      11-13-2003
Hi,

You might take a look at ODBC2XML as an alternative. It allows SQL
statements to be placed in an XML template as processing instructions (PIs),
then simply expands the template with the query data. It handles nested and
joined selects, and the Java version has a capability for parameter
placeholders.

More information at http://www.intsysr.com/odbc2xml.htm


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>
> I've been trying to figure how to use the sql extensions (EXSLT) with
> regards to the various processors (saxon, xalan, xmlstarlet/xsltproc).
>
> I've seen one example of inserting into a DBS, and one example of "select
> * from Table" Are there other examples "out there?"
>
> Is there a way to execute nested selects? Joined selects? selects with
> parameter placeholders? Sometimes it's easier to start with example code
> before undertaking major undertakings...
>
>
> Kermit Tensmeyer



 
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Mikhail Grouchinsky
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Kermit Tensmeyer <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:<(E-Mail Removed)>. ..
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> I've been trying to figure how to use the sql extensions (EXSLT) with
> regards to the various processors (saxon, xalan, xmlstarlet/xsltproc).
>
> I've seen one example of inserting into a DBS, and one example of "select
> * from Table" Are there other examples "out there?"
>
> Is there a way to execute nested selects? Joined selects? selects with
> parameter placeholders? Sometimes it's easier to start with example code
> before undertaking major undertakings...
>
>
> Kermit Tensmeyer


Take a look at Oracle XSQL. This is might be what you are looking for...
 
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