This section describes the fundamentals of XQuery.
Describes sequence and also QNames and predefined namespaces.
Describes the two contexts in which XQuery is evaluated. These two contexts are static and dynamic.
Describes atomization, which is a process of extracting the typed value of an item.
Describes the effective Boolean value. This value can be computed for expressions that return a single Boolean value, a node sequence, or an empty sequence.
Describes the XQuery type system with various predefined types. XQuery is a strongly typed language for schema types and a weakly typed language for untyped data.
Describes the handling of static, dynamic, and type errors in XQuery.
Describes how to add comments in XQuery by using the "(:" and ":)" delimiters
Describes XQuery in SQL Server as a statically typed language