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Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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Core Features

LXP provides a core set of features that include external file inclusion, XML parsing, and a direct SQL interface to PostgreSQL. As of Version 0.8, SQL execution is performed with either a dynamic or persistent connection to the PostgreSQL RDBMS.

LXP also supports a few more advanced techniques commonly found in programming languages, such as variable setting, insertion and substitution, arrays, branching logic, loop iteration, and a basic search-and-replace variable formatting interface.

Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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