> Another thing that is troubling is that more exotic types do not seem to
> be supported at all. For instance, in my example I used uuid, and if one
> substitutes "uuid()" for "text()" that doesn't work.
text() is an XPath function, with well defined semantics that have no
relation at all to types in a PostgreSQL sense. uuid() of course has no
meaning in an XPath expression.
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