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SQL standards editor discusses SQL:2003, XQuery and APIs

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Jim Melton, standards architect at Oracle and editor of the SQL standard,
discusses SQL/XML (technically part 14 of the new SQL:2003 standard).
He also discusses data access APIs and the integration of XQuery into SQL.

Running time for this program is 6:15 (streaming video or audio)
http://www.sqlsummit.com/People/JMelton.htm

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Ken North
www.WebServicesSummit.com
www.SQLSummit.com
www.GridSummit.com (coming soon)


Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Ken North" <kn*****@deletethis.yahoo.com> wrote in message
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| Jim Melton, standards architect at Oracle and editor of the SQL standard,
| discusses SQL/XML (technically part 14 of the new SQL:2003 standard).
| He also discusses data access APIs and the integration of XQuery into SQL.
|
| Running time for this program is 6:15 (streaming video or audio)
| http://www.sqlsummit.com/People/JMelton.htm
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|
|
| ====================================
| Ken North
| www.WebServicesSummit.com
| www.SQLSummit.com
| www.GridSummit.com (coming soon)
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good stuff, ken -- but i'm afraid if you post stuff like this to other than
c.d.o. marketplace, you're going to get targeted by the spam police, which
always gets real messy -- also, they are REALLY touchy about posting to more
than one c.d.o. forum

thanks again for the informative post

;-{ mcs
Jul 19 '05 #2

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> good stuff, ken -- but i'm afraid if you post stuff like this to other than
c.d.o. marketplace, you're going to get targeted by the spam police
The charter is very clear about the content of the "marketplace" newsgroup. This
is not a job listing or an ad for a commercial product or service
they are REALLY touchy about posting to more than one c.d.o. forum


They have a right to their opinion. Consider this definition of newsgroup spam:

"single message sent to 20 or more Usenet newsgroups"
http://spam.abuse.net/overview/whatisspam.shtml

Common sense is the best guideline. Are Jim Melton's remarks informative or
spam? Are they useful to DBAs and developers or promoting a product or service?



Jul 19 '05 #3

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