Re: Does MySQL work with Java 10 and XQuery
Posted by: Filipe Silva
Date: June 10, 2018 11:29AM

You can use MySQL with Java 10. Just take the latest Connector/J driver and use it in you Java project (

You can use MySQL (8.0) as a standard RDBMS or as a document store, using the same Connector/J (8.0) driver vi JDBC or X DevAPI respectively.

Read the sticky post "MySQL Connector/J: X DevAPI Reference" (ttps://,644523,644523#msg-644523) for references on X DevAPI. All JDBC related information can be found on the Java API documentation (package java.sql) and Connector/J developer guide (

Neither MySQL nor Connector/J support XQuery natively though. However you can use some third-party library to provide this feature for you.


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