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XQuery

XQuery

Priscilla Walmsley (pwalmsley@datypic.com)

ISBN: 0596006349

1st edition, 2007, O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Errata

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Chapter 1

  • p. 7, Example 1-6. (Online edition only). The second line of the example should not have a "d" at the end: let $name := $product/name d.
  • p. 8. Second paragraph from bottom. The last sentence be corrected as: The content outside the curly braces, namely the strings "There are " and " products." appear literally in the results, as textual content of the ulh1 element.

Chapter 3

  • p. 34, between-inclusive. The description of the function states that it performs a "value comparison", but it is actually performing a "general comparison".
  • p. 38, Table 3-5. There is an extra space in the path expression in the third row of the first column. It should be: not(doc("catalog.xml")/catalog/product)

Chapter 4

  • p. 45, Table 4-4. The last row should read parent::node()/number (with the added parentheses).

Chapter 6

  • p. 79. The end of the first paragraph on page should be changed as "and it should not cannot be referenced in the let clause itself, as in:". Also, the first sentence of second paragraph should be changed as "This is not illegal, but it is actually declaring a new variable with the same name, so it will have unexpected..."

Chapter 8

  • p. 108. The tenth line of code should be changed as follows: let $actualDiscount := min(($maxDiscount, $newDdiscount))

Chapter 9

  • p. 116. The last sentence of the second paragraph on page should start with "This variable, which is followedpreceded by the keyword at, is... "

Chapter 11

  • p. 158. The last heading on the page should read "Casting tofrom xs:string or xs:untypedAtomic".

Chapter 24

  • p. 299. The third line of the first example on the page should be modified as follows: (matches($prod/name,'^F.*') or matches($prod/name,'^G.*')).
  • p. 299. The third line of the third example on the page should be modified as follows: not(matches($prod/name,'^F.*')).

Last updated July 15, 2014