XQuery update

Use cases for DB2 pureXML in the health care, business, financial and IT industries

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Susan Malaika, Jan-Eike Michels, and Christian Pichler

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: October 09, 2008

XQuery, the query language for XML, can be used to modify XML. In this article, learn about the various ways to modify XML, including XML stored in memory or in a DB2® pureXML™ database. Explore the different ways to modify XML in four different use cases: health care, business, financial derivatives, and information technology, while utilizing DB2 pureXML. Finally, examine guidelines for when to use XQuery to perform either sub-document updates or full document replacement and versioning of the stored XML.

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