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Java XQuery Object Model

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Hi,

I am looking for a Java API to represent/generate XQueries.
I would imagine it has a class XQuery.java and other classes such as
FLWR.java, ORDER.java etc. and one should be able to add expressions and
subexpressions to parts of the XQuery.

The XQuery.toString() should then spit out a valid XQuery.

Note: I am not looking for an XQuery execution engine!

Thanks,
Felix
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Felix Naumann" <na*****@informatik.hu-berlin.de> wrote in message
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Hi,

I am looking for a Java API to represent/generate XQueries.
I would imagine it has a class XQuery.java and other classes such as
FLWR.java, ORDER.java etc. and one should be able to add expressions and
subexpressions to parts of the XQuery.

The XQuery.toString() should then spit out a valid XQuery.

Note: I am not looking for an XQuery execution engine!

Hi,

If you dont want an execution engine, then why do you need Java? Wouldnt
XSLT work for you?

Regards,
Kenneth
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Hi,

I am looking for a Java API to represent/generate XQueries.
I would imagine it has a class XQuery.java and other classes such as
FLWR.java, ORDER.java etc. and one should be able to add expressions and
subexpressions to parts of the XQuery.

The XQuery.toString() should then spit out a valid XQuery.

Note: I am not looking for an XQuery execution engine!


If you dont want an execution engine, then why do you need Java? Wouldnt
XSLT work for you?


We would like to create and represent XQueries as Java Objects from
within another Java program. XSLT is not an option here.

Felix
Jul 17 '05 #3

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