Thoughts on software development, Digital Humanities, the ancient world, and whatever else crosses my radar. All original content herein is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
I agree XQuery looks good. A lot of times writing an Xsl transform to extract datajust isn't practical. I can imagine that's particularly true with an Xml database.If your working with Java - some people say Scala is good for working with Xml. Because straight Xml is an inherent data structure in the language. There is even a converter from XQuery to Scala here:http://lamp.epfl.ch/~emir/projects/Also, I was curious what the underlying Java framework (if any) is driving "The Colonial and State Records of North Carolina"? If you're allowed to say? I noticed if you go here (for instance): http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/indices/Oand then hit the index breadcrumb it leads here:http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/indices/index.htmlwhich gives an error at the moment. Not trying to be nit-picky at all - I just noticed it.
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