- Viewing your code in the source tab of the XQuery editor - Using code folding to simplify the display of an XQuery document - Configuring scenarios to specify properties and settings - Using relational tables or databases views in XQuery - Working with different engines, including DataDirect XQuery - Running an XQuery and viewing the results - Using backmapping to troubleshoot XQuery - Performance testing using the XQuery profiler - Writing an FLWOR expression in the XQuery mapper - Joining two XML files based on various conditions - Stepping through your code using the XQuery debugger - Monitoring the value of a variable while executing an XQuery Generating the java code to run an XQuery expression - Documenting your application using xqDoc - Using XQuery code completion and tool-tips
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