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MarkLogic Querying for SQL People

Inspired by the MongoDB MapReduce translated to SQL and Neo4j Cypher Querying for SQL People, MarkLogic’s Jason Hunter and Eric Bloch put together a page mapping SQL terms and queries to MarkLogix terms and XQuery queries respectively.

Here is how SQL statements translate to MarkLogic XQuery expressions:

SQL to MarkLogic mapping

Original title and link: MarkLogic Querying for SQL People (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)