[MarkLogic Dev General] Re: XDBC creation / access
dave.pawson at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 03:47:50 PST 2008
2008/12/4 Danny Sokolsky <dsokolsky at marklogic.com>:
> Actually, all of the character set encodings listed in that Dev Guide chapter are supported (there are many of them); UTF-8 and ISO-8859-1 are just examples of what are supported.
> You can also specify encodings for output. If you look at the HTTP (or XDBC) Server Configuration page for one of your App Servers in the Admin Interface, you will see a drop-down (the last or second-to-last one in the list) for output encoding. All of the encoding in that list are supported.
Thanks. That makes sense. We don't all use utf-8 ... yet :-)
> FYI, it is possible to write an XQuery program that uses xdmp:filesystem-directory to search through files on a filesystem (as long as the filesystem is accessible by MarkLogic Server), then use xdmp:document-load to load all of the files into the database (in case you get tired of using Java :) ).
Struck me if users want to load data into a database, the chances of
wanting just one file were slim!
I'll look into that further.
Your suggestion leads me on to another piece of my ignorance.
Using Michaels software I've created an 'xdbc'? 'database' / interface.
The 'getting started' piece uses an HTTP interface, and shows running
xquery queries against
Is it possible to run xquery queries against the xdbc interface please.
I've just moved up from Fedora Core 9 (Redhat OSS software) to version 10.
The SELinux software is complaining bitterly about MarkLogic accessing files
all over the disk :-)
XSLT XSL-FO FAQ.
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