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Querying XML by Stephen Buxton, Jim Melton

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Appendix A

The Example

A.1 Introduction

Throughout this book there are examples – XML data, relational data, XQueries, SQL queries, and so on – based on data about a collection of movies. The examples in the chapters of this book are not entirely consistent, since they were produced to illustrate specific points made in the text, and they are not always complete, due to space considerations. The purpose of this appendix is to set out in one place a more complete, consistent set of example data, metadata, and queries. Many of the examples are copied directly from previous chapters, some have been changed only slightly, and some are completely new. An appendix provides more space to lay out more data and queries, but even here we have made some ...

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