[MarkLogic Dev General] Marklogic query help
geert.josten at dayon.nl
Wed Feb 29 13:29:28 PST 2012
Short answer: no.
You could retrieve values from one doc, optionally using lexicons, and
check them against a different doc, using lexicons or search. But you
would have to make a list which values you would like to include in the
compare, retrieve them all, pass them to a combined search query on the
Comparisons, often applied to detect doc changes, are usually done on hash
keys, which are pre-calculated and stored as doc property or attribute on
the doc itself. Perhaps that could apply to your case too?
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> Hi All,
> Is it possible to do a Marklogic cts:search query to compare between
> the two XML elements in a document?
> After the search, we can compare it with fn:compare. But I would like
> to compare during the search.
> Any help is much appreciated.
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