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  1. xqueryservices - Microsoft's XQuery demo

    www.stylusstudio.com/xquerytalk/200310/000125.html

    Well the search "xquery site:microsoft.com" on google returns 203 hits. And I have second hand source information that says microsoft's favorite xml technology is xquery.

  2. XQuery Language Reference (SQL Server)

    msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189075

    Transact-SQL supports a subset of the XQuery language that is used for querying the xml data type. This XQuery implementation is aligned with the July 2004 Working ...

  3. XQueryServices.com - microsoft.public.dotnet.xml

    msgroups.net/microsoft.public.dotnet.xml/xqueryservices.com/610363

    XQueryServices.com. Tweet; Follow; Hi Anyone know when this site will be accessible again? Thanks Damon Internet Systems Manager Direct Marketing Support Ltd www ...

  4. xqueryservices - Microsoft's XQuery demo

    www.stylusstudio.com/xquerytalk/200310/000123.html

    Does Microsoft plan to support XQuery? I found Microsoft's demo site: http://xqueryservices.com/ http://xqueryservices.com/xqueryinfo.html -Sean

  5. Just My Luck - XQueryServices.com is Down - Scott On ...

    scottonwriting.com/sowblog/archive/2003/07/28/162808.aspx

    It's what every technical writer fears: the moment you complete your latest book/article, what you write about either becomes obsolete or impossible for people to use.

  6. Querying XML Data with XQuery, Part 2 - 4GuysFromRolla.com

    www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/071603-1.2.aspx

    XQueryServices.com Down; Since at least July 27, 2003, XQueryServices.com has been down. (See this blog entry.) In any event, the word from Microsoft is that this ...

  7. CiteSeerX — Citation Query Microsoft Corporation ...

    citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/showciting?cid=2948550

    CiteSeerX - Scientific documents that cite the following paper: Microsoft Corporation. Available online at http://xqueryservices.com

  8. Just My Luck - XQueryServices.com is Down

    scottonwriting.net/sowblog/rsscomments.aspx?PostID=162808

    It's what every technical writer fears: the moment you complete your latest book/article, what you write about either becomes obsolete or impossible for people to use.