[MarkLogic Dev General] need bulk update for a element node value
mike at blakeley.com
Tue Nov 8 09:30:31 PST 2011
Elements and attributes always have namespaces. That's why you can, for example, call fn:namespace-uri on an element. Passing an element also passes its namespace.
For this sort of bulk content reprocessing, you might find http://marklogic.github.com/corb/ useful. Or you can spawn modules onto the task server. The most important thing is to have some sort of markers, such as collections or node-names, that tell you which documents have been updated and which have not.
On 8 Nov 2011, at 09:08 , Singh, Gurbeer wrote:
> Hi ,
> I need to do a bulk update for a element node value in ML data base.
> Let’s say current structure of XML is
> <fname>Alex </fname>
> <company>Morgan Stanley</company>
> I need to update company value to MarkLogic for entire xml in DB
> I am aware of xdmp:node-replace
> Using node-replace this is possible, but we need pass node also with namespace. In my case I need to do this programmatically with some different case
> So was just exploring if we have something else also
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