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Groovy's XML capabili=
ties are powerful enough that you may not need to consider other altern=
atives such as XQuery. If you wish to use XQuery though, =
it isn't hard to do. Here we just added mxquery.jar from the MXQuery proje=
ct to our CLASSPATH.
Once our path is set up, we can run the followin= g script:
Depending on your XQuery processor and operating system, you might be ab= le to make use of XQuery directly from the command line instead of calling = it from Java or Groovy.