[MarkLogic Dev General] point in time query and cts:search

Michael Blakeley mike at blakeley.com
Mon Mar 12 09:51:54 PDT 2012

Write a main module that calls cts:search, or whatever XQuery you like. Then supply the module name and the point-in-time option to xdmp:invoke. You can use xdmp:request-timestamp to check that the timestamp is what you expect.

-- Mike

On 12 Mar 2012, at 16:26 , Shah, Mehul (LNG-NPV) wrote:

> In documentation I see point in time query is with XPath  using xdmp:eval, xdmp:invoke, and xdmp:spawn.
> I want to use full search power, i.e. various search options, facets, relevancy ranking etc
> How can I use cts:search for point in time query? 
> Thanks.
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