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Thread: Data Structure or API for XQuery

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    Default Data Structure or API for XQuery

    I need to convert a given XQuery to tree. Is there any API for doing this? If not what is the best structure to store the xquery? Is TreeMap ok? Please help.

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    XQuery is a query language...do you mean convert the XML into a tree? Java has several DOM parsers...google is your friend in this realm.

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