[xquery-talk] XQuery Update

Florian Wendland florianwendland at freenet.de
Mon Sep 10 19:19:39 PDT 2007

Thanks for all. I will try either MonetDB, but introduce XQilla as 
commandline processor in the tutorial.

XQilla sounds very comfortable at all...

George Feinberg schrieb:
> On Sep 10, 2007, at 10:28 AM, Florian Wendland wrote:
>> Thanks, MonetDB sound very good and Xilla also.
>> But a question concerning Xqilla. I have visited the homepage as a 
>> reason of the discussion some day ago. But i didn't found any hint, 
>> that Xqilla implements the XQuery Update Facility. In the documenation 
>> was Xquery Update not noticed as feature...
> The homepage mentions it, but the documentation has not yet been modified
> to reflect this addition.  It's a relatively small change from an API 
> perspective.
> If you are using the xqilla command line utility, you need to
> pass the (new) -u flag to tell it to parse update expressions
> If you are using the C++ API, you need to tell the parser to parse update
> expressions.  You do this by creating a DynamicContext object using
> the XQilla object:
>     DynamicContext *context XQilla::createContext()
> (see include/xqilla/XQilla.hpp)
> Pass XQilla::XQUERY|XQilla::UPDATE as the first argument.  Use
> the returned object in your future parse() calls that return the XQQuery
> object you use for actual query execution.
> Regards,
> George

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