[MarkLogic Dev General] RE: search:search options constraints
ShellineSE at ldschurch.org
Thu Mar 25 12:33:19 PST 2010
Another way to do this is in the <additional-query> element of search:search. You can use it to build complex queries using any of the cts:query functions-assuming you have the appropriate indexes set up.
From: general-bounces at developer.marklogic.com [mailto:general-bounces at developer.marklogic.com] On Behalf Of Keith L. Breinholt
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// p[starts-with(ref:anchor/@id, "para_")]/text[fn:contains( "sometext", .)]
Keith L. Breinholt
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Subject: [MarkLogic Dev General] search:search options constraints
I have an XML structure like this:
<ref:anchor id="para_2" xmlns:ref="namespace2"/>
<text>This is a bunch of text that I want to search.</text>
I want to search for words (multiple terms: word1 AND word2 AND word3) in the <text> element of the <p> elements where the <ref:anchor>@id starts with the string "para_".
<text> elements appear elsewhere and <p> elements do to... and there are other types of id values, such as "subpara_..."
I'm trying to use search:search and I see how to constrain to a specific element or attribute (or collection, etc.), but how do you do more complex things - i.e., constrain to a specific element under a specific parent where a sibling's attribute starts with a particular string?
Hopefully I've been clear - the XPath of the element I want to search: // p[starts-with(ref:anchor/@id, "para_")]/text
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