Xquery function problemWolfgang Meier wolfgangmm at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 21:51:06 PST 2007
> So actually the xquery function is > only the iniciator for the process in the background that I want to know > how long it takes. Which "background" process do you mean? The functions you call will be executed in sequence, within the same process. The transform extension function will wait for the XSLT processor to complete its job. Likewise, xdb:store will only return if the document has indeed be stored (or generate an error otherwise). There's no concurrency here. So why don't you just measure the time needed for the whole local:transform function call? This can be done using the standard time functions. Wolfgang
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