Casey Duncan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I am not arguing necessarily for SQL as a query language for the ZODB.
> Although it is an accepted standard, but not a perfect one by any means
> especially for OODBs. Its appeal lies mainly in the high level of
> community familiarity and the plethora of SQL software to borrow from.

Does anyone have an opinion on the possible usefulness of XPath,
XQuery, and other XML standards for this?  Someone suggested (on the
zope-xml wiki) that it would be nice to be able to drop in a cataloger
that supported a presumably standard and presumably well-known XML
query syntax, and which would work throughout the database because
Zope objects would support DOM.

This is all speculation, and I personally don't know much right now
about XML database interfaces and how finished or well-regarded they

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