[MarkLogic Dev General] adding to marklogic classpath
Frank.Sanders at marklogic.com
Mon Dec 1 06:25:02 PST 2008
RecordLoader is actively maintained, according to the workshop page the last
release was built on 6/24/2008.
You can get the latest releases here:
The SVN repository for the code is here:
The tutorial is a bit old, but all the information remains relevant.
The README.html found in the SVN repository will give you additional
information on all the supported extensions.
Hope this helps, it should definitely suit your needs in loading those XML
files. I have a few sample properties files, along with some bash scripts to
run RecordLoader that I can share if you would find them helpful.
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[mailto:general-bounces at developer.marklogic.com] On Behalf Of Dave Pawson
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2008 8:44 AM
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Subject: Re: [MarkLogic Dev General] adding to marklogic classpath
2008/11/30 Ron Hitchens <ron.hitchens at marklogic.com>:
> You need to be more specific about what you're
> trying to do. MarkLogic Server is not written in
> Java so there is no extension API that lets you
> plug your own classes into it.
OK, wrong assumption on my part. Sorry.
> If you're trying to use XCC to send documents
> to MarkLogic, then you can use any of several
> approaches. There are some samples bundled with
> XCC and there are several open source projects
> on http://developer.marklogic.com that may be
Thanks. I've been trying
but its either dated or unmaintained.
> You can also do the job entirely in XQuery if
> the files you want to load are on the same host
> where MarkLogic Server is running. See the docs
> on the developer site.
Is that a MarkLogic extension then?
> If you post the specifics of what you've tried,
> including code, then someone may be able to point
> you in the right direction.
I want to upload a few hundred small xml files to the server
and play with them from there.
Xquery doesn't have such a facility as per xslt 2.0
so I wrote an extension in java... which I can now
throw away :-)
XSLT XSL-FO FAQ.
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