ORDPATHs: Insert-Friendly XML Node Labels

@inproceedings{ONeil2004ORDPATHsIX,
  title={ORDPATHs: Insert-Friendly XML Node Labels},
  author={Patrick E. O'Neil and Elizabeth J. O'Neil and Shankar Pal and Istvan Cseri and Gideon Schaller and Nigel Westbury},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2004}
}
We introduce a hierarchical labeling scheme called ORDPATH that is implemented in the upcoming version of Microsoft® SQL Server™. ORDPATH labels nodes of an XML tree without requiring a schema (the most general case---a schema simplifies the problem). An example of an ORDPATH value display format is "1.5.3.9.1". A compressed binary representation of ORDPATH provides document order by simple byte-by-byte comparison and ancestry relationship equally simply. In addition, the ORDPATH scheme… CONTINUE READING
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