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XQuery 3.0 : We’re getting closer…

Stumbled upon this while developing a user-defined operator (for a future work related to JSON) :

SQL> select operator_name, function_name, return_type
  2  from dba_opbindings
  3  where operator_name = 'XQWINDOWSEQUENCE';
OPERATOR_NAME       FUNCTION_NAME                         RETURN_TYPE
------------------- ------------------------------------- ------------------

That is on
Yes, seems like Oracle has already been implementing some XQuery 3.0 features, namely Windowing functionalities.

This is the corresponding function definition (in SYS schema) :

create or replace function XQWindowSequenceFromXMLType(doc in sys.XMLType,
        flag in number, startexpr in varchar2, endexpr in varchar2,
        curItem in sys.XMLType, prevItem in sys.XMLType,
        nextItem in sys.XMLType, position in sys.XMLType,
        ecurItem in sys.XMLType, eprevItem in sys.XMLType,
        enextItem in sys.XMLType, eposition in sys.XMLType
        return sys.XMLSequenceType authid current_user
 pipelined using XQWindowSeq_Imp_t;

Out of curiosity, I also tried an XQuery with a window clause but as expected it has not made it into the core yet, or has it? ;)

SQL> select *
  2  from xmltable(
  3  'for tumbling window $w in (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14)
  4      start at $s when fn:true()
  5      only end at $e when $e - $s eq 2
  6  return <window>{ $w }</window>'
  7  );
select *
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-19112: error raised during evaluation: XQuery Window Seq is not supported

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