Once you get started with processing XML data within a database, such as DB2, the next question usually is: How can I update XML documents? Well, (relational) database systems usually have an UPDATE statement for modifying data. In DB2, the same UPDATE can be used to change XML documents. The way it is done is to provide the new XML document which can be based on the previous version and then modified by applying expressions based on the XQuery Update Facility.
DB2 uses the so-called "transform expression" of that standard to let you describe (both SQL and XQuery are declarative query languages) how the new XML document should look like. Instead of providing an example here, I will give you the link to "Transform expression and updating expressions" in the DB2 Information Center. There you find plenty of examples to get you started.
The interesting aspect of the transform expression is that because it is an expression like any other in XQuery, you can combine it with the rest of XQuery and modify XML documents on the fly (e.g., in XMLQUERY or XMLTABLE), use it in "if-then-else" expressions to update documents conditionally, or come up with new ideas of how to use it.