[basex-talk] dynamic number of attributes

2014-05-06 Thread Erol Akarsu
I would like to create an xml element that will have dynamic number of attributes, something like this where n will change and $value_1 to $value_2 will be provided by outside element book { attribute isbn_1 {$value_1} attribute isbn_2 {$value_2} attribute isbn_3 {$value_3} . . . attribute

Re: [basex-talk] dynamic number of attributes

2014-05-06 Thread Marco Lettere
Sorry for double posting :-D M. On 06/05/2014 20:07, Marco Lettere wrote: Hi Erol,. try element book { for $i in 1 to 4 return attribute {xs:QName(isbn_ || $i)} { value || $i} } Regards, Marco. On 06/05/2014 19:48, Erol Akarsu wrote: I would like to create an xml element that will have

Re: [basex-talk] 7.8.2 Updating function items

2014-05-06 Thread Marco Lettere
Nice Christian. We'll try it asap. M. On 04/05/2014 21:57, Christian Grün wrote: Et voilà... https://github.com/BaseXdb/basex/issues/939 http://files.basex.org/releases/latest/ Your feedback is welcome, Christian On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 3:31 PM, Christian Grün

Re: [basex-talk] dynamic number of attributes

2014-05-06 Thread Erol Akarsu
Dirk, Super duper! On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 1:55 PM, Dirk Kirsten d...@basex.org wrote: Hi Erol, Yes, you can. Something like the following should work: element book { for $i in 1 to $n return attribute {isbn_ || $i} {get-value($i)} } Cheers, Dirk On 06/05/14 19:48, Erol

[basex-talk] Rest Access from javascript using AngularJs

2014-05-06 Thread Yoann Maingon
Hi, After xmlprague and my presentation at the BaseX user group I was told (and I agree) that it wasn't really smart to use php for what I was building as it had almost no added value as I could directly query basex using the Rest Interface. Does anyone as some example using either angularjs or