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various drafts, the XSL working group (responsible for XSLT and XPath) and the XQuery working groups joined forces. At this writing, both XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 are in Working Draft stage, and the two languages are tightly linked, with common syntax and semantics wherever possible. A full description of XQuery and XPath is beyond the scope of this book. Because XQuery 1.0 has only Working Draft and not Official Recommendation status, it is still subject to change as it is reviewed by the W3C membership. However, a brief review of XQuery concepts and a few examples will illustrate the relationship to SQL, and these fundamentals are unlikely to change as XQuery 1.0 moves toward official standard status.
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If the underlying data model beneath the SQL language is the row/column table, the underlying data model beneath XQuery is a tree-structured hierarchy of nodes that represent an XML document. XQuery actually uses a finer-grained tree structure than the element hierarchy of XML documents and XML Schema. These XQuery nodes are relevant for database-style queries: I Element node. This type of XQuery node represents an element itself. I Text node. This type of node represents element contents. It is a child of the corresponding element node. I Attribute node. This type of node represents an attribute and attribute value for an element. It is a child of the corresponding element node. I Document node. This is a specialized element node that represents the top, or root level, of a document. To navigate through an item tree and identify one or more items for processing, XQuery uses a path expression. In many ways, a path expression plays the same role for XQuery as the SQL3 query expression, described in 24, plays for SQL. A path expression identifies an individual node in the XQuery item tree by specifying the sequence of steps through the tree hierarchy that is needed to reach the node. XQuery path expressions come in two types: I Rooted path expression. A rooted path expression starts at the top (the root) of the item tree, and steps down through the hierarchy to reach the target node. Within the book document in Figure 25-1, the rooted path expression /bookPart/ chapter/section/para navigates down to an individual paragraph within a section of a chapter. I Relative path expression. A relative path expression starts the current node of the item tree (the node where processing is currently focused) and steps up and/or down through the hierarchy to reach the target node. Within the book document in Figure 25-1, the relative path expression section/para navigates down to a specific paragraph if the current node is a chapter node.
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The steps within a path can specify motion downward within the node tree to child nodes that represent subelements, element contents, or element attributes. The steps can also specify upward motion to the parent of a node. With each step, you can specify a node test that must be passed to continue on the path to the target element. Table 25-2 shows some typical path expressions and the navigation path that they specify.
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Move down to a child section element, and down from there to a child para element. Start at the top of the hierarchy, and move down through book, then part children, to a chapter child. Move up from the current node to its parent. Move up to the parent of the current node, then down to a chapter child node. Select any child para node that appears anywhere below the current node in the hierarchy. Select the hdrLevel attribute of the current node. Select the hdrLevel attribute of a child header node. Select the third child element with a para type. Select all children of the current node. Select all para grandchildren of the current node. Select all chapter children of the current node that have an attribute named status with value draft.
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