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rajat nairSubject: relative uri
Author: rajat nair
Date: 23 Oct 2007 04:12 PM
Hi,
I m using the Stylus studio enterprise edition and is using it to map xml to xml.I then generate java code from the resulting xquery.

1)
I checked the xquery and wherever data needs to be inserted it gives
doc('file:///c:/Documents%20and%20Settings/rnair/Desktop/ackpo.xml') which is a absolute location on my desktop.I would like to change this as the incoming xml would be via http.
2)
The xquery uri mentioned in the java code is also absolute, For example:
String xqueryUrl = "file:///c:/test.xquery";
how do i go about putting in a relative uri in its place, so that i could place it in a package and deploy it clong with the class files to the server.
Any help would be greatly appreciated

Regards
Rj

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Alberto MassariSubject: relative uri
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 25 Oct 2007 07:43 AM
Hi,

1) if you need to read the source XML from an HTTP server, just specify its address as the argument of the doc() function(e.g. doc("http://my.server.com/file.xml") )

2) if you intend to package the Java class file inside an application server, you could place the XQuery code as a literal string in the Java code, or inside a resource bundle.

Hope this helps,
Alberto

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rajat nairSubject: relative uri
Author: rajat nair
Date: 29 Oct 2007 04:01 PM
Hi,
ty for the prompt reply i manages to get that part of the program done based on the solution but was stuck on a couple of other issues regarding empty tag o/p.

 
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