Re: [xsl] XQuery (was Designs for XSLT functions)

Subject: Re: [xsl] XQuery (was Designs for XSLT functions)
From: Kimbro Staken <kstaken@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 12:44:27 -0700
Evan Lenz wrote:
> Kimbro Staken wrote:
> It certainly would be standard XSLT, if you simply provide an instance of
> XSLT's data model, which consists of a source tree root node that may
> contain multiple element nodes, text nodes, etc.  The XQuery "ordered
> forest" model of a collection, though currently quite underspecified, is
> quite similar to this idea.

To do this and be within the params of the spec would you need to change
the root of all XPath expressions? If not then you are right it is
basically the same thing. 

It seems given the way XQuery is emerging that a more detailed look at
using XSLT as a query language might be in order.

> Evan Lenz
> XYZFind Corp.
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