[MarkLogic Dev General] Referencing a string variablewithincts:search

Mattio Valentino mattio.valentino at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 14:39:11 PDT 2007

I'm going to try this again fresh in the morning, but I'm not having any luck.

The string I'm passing to the XQuery module is already parsed and
ready to be used within cts:search ... something like:

cts:or-query( ( cts:word-query("blues", ("case-insensitive",
"diacritic-insensitive")), cts:word-query("jazz", ("case-insensitive",
"diacritic-insensitive")) ) )

On 6/26/07, Danny Sokolsky <dsokolsky at marklogic.com> wrote:
> Ah, I missed the bit about using XCC to pass in the variable, sorry.
> To pass this in via XCC, I think you will have to take the approach of
> passing in a string (or several strings, if that makes more sense) and
> then, on the XQuery side, have code that parses the string(s) into an
> appropriate cts:query.  I don't think XCC will currently allow you to
> pass in a variable of type cts:query.
> For example, if you have a form that the user uses to enter a search,
> you can pass in this string and have the cts:query parsing code turn the
> string into a cts:query (like the sample in the doc I mentioned
> earlier).
> -Danny

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