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I'm trying to understand why and how XQuery queries can be optimized.
I've found a case that I find quite strange:

I've got property,value,path and primary index on my xml column, and also a schema so that the integer values are typed

This query is slow'ish and needs a nested join.
(the [1] on the property path seems to cause this)



from mytable
where (Data

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