On 09/07/2010 08:49, Dave Pawson wrote:
> Is there an equivalent of Mike Kays xslt books please?
> Or anything close?
I can recommend Priscilla Walmsley's XQuery book. Her style is very
different from mine, and in some ways the book is just a more readable
version of the spec with more examples and explanations, but it's
probably a handy thing to have near your desk.
The "XQuery from the Experts" book (of which I'm one of the authors) is
a book about the ideas and thinking behind the language rather than a