Let's Get Organized

by Dave Cassel
Discover the three types of collections MarkLogic offers, including a new one and a little-known one.

As You Wish

by Michael Malgeri
Show me how MarkLogic is an Enterprise NoSQL Database *and* a bonafide, W3C-compliant triplestore.

Using Fields for Data Integration

by Dave Cassel
Fields are one way to build facets across data sets with different structures without needing to transform

Hacking Monitoring History

by Mike Wooldridge
Customize charts in the performance-monitoring application

Integrating Apache Camel and Content Pump

by Rob Rudin
When you start developing a new application on MarkLogic, or if you're using MarkLogic for the first time, one of your first tasks typically will be to load content - JSON, XML, Office files, anything really - into a MarkLogic database. MarkLogic supports several options for loading content, with Content Pump (mlcp) providing a number of useful features, including: You can load content from text files, delimited text files, aggregate XML files, Hadoop sequence files, and compressed ZIP/GZIP filesYou can apply a transform to modify and enrich content before inserting it into a databaseYou can distribute ingestion across all nodes in a MarkLogic cluster via Hadoop And it's easy to get started with mlcp and its command-line interface - just enter in some configuration parameters, and you're off and running. However, many ETL processes are far more complex than just loading content from files. You may need to listen to a JMS queue for new messages, or periodically pull data from a r ...

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