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XPath and XQuery are the standard XML query languages proposed by W3C.
It proposes three order encoding methods and algorithms for translating ordered XPath expressions into SQL using these encoding methods.
CROSS APPLY is used to "shred" the results of the XPath path expression //AW:tool, so that the different tool elements from the XML document in a single row are returned in individual rows of the result set.
So we're going to see them targeting new areas, so we're going to have XPath Injection and those kinds of things that are going to be popular in 2015.
You can pull out document elements using either XPath or CSS selectors.
This matter allows the usage of a single data model and of a single querying language of data (XPath) in the client application and on the persistence server.
It is also technically challenging to specify the mappings because different representations use different technologies to refer to fields (that is, SQL queries, Xpath, XSLT, or JSONPath) and then one needs to specify how the values in these fields map to classes and properties in an ontology.
A subset of XPath, called FastXPath, is proposed to resist the malicious elements that attackers inject into the SOAP message structure .
The remaining chapters focus on specific topics, including regular expressions, XPath, .NET string formatting and classes, SMI, COM objects, and PowerShell verbs.
In the ESB console under "Messages" the status of all the services should be "Green", as showed in the following figure:Oracle ESB has covered almost every aspect of interoperability issues, following features are concluded: Business Data Transformations Pervasive Enterprise System Connectivity Flexible Content RoutingOpen Standards support more then any ESB: WSDL, SOAP, HTTP(s), Reliable SOAP, WSIF, WS-, JMS, XSLT, BPEL, JCA, XPATH, XQuery, UDDI, JNDI, J2EE, JDBC, SMTP, FTPThe Mule ESB is one of the top competitors involved in this business.
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