Whence XQL?

Gavin Thomas Nicol gtn at eps.inso.com
Thu Mar 25 20:59:32 GMT 1999

> I read most of those position papers as well. But the one by
> Jonathan Robie, Texcel, Inc. Joe Lapp, webMethods, Inc. and David Schach,
> Corporation seemed the most complete. It even has a BNF for a
> parser for XQL.

I wouldn't bet my farm on that proposal. Folk at QL'98, both database
and IR, had serious issues with it.

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