> Hi Andreas,
> It is still be possible. Execution is all about the XQJ connection and a
> transformation scenario using it.
> The problem is: This is by design limited to XQuery 1.0. No maps, no
Oh, okay, then I am going to recheck what I may have done wrong.
It is still be possible. Execution is all about the XQJ connection and a
transformation scenario using it.
Just tested it with my setup in oXygen 20.1 and a BaseX 9.0.2 server
running as backend.
The problem is: This is by design limited to XQuery 1.0. No maps, no
Did you see Christian’s reply, archived at
He essentially said that, for your second approach, he saw the same
behavior on BaseX 9.x as I saw on 8.6.5. So there doesn’t seem to be a
> may it be some configuration issue, I have on my side, or is the mailing
> list set up in a way, that each reply goes to the user's personal
> email-address, rather than to the list's posting address?
You should probably tweak your configuration such that replies are
always sent to all
> I understand, but did you see the details of my second attempt? The
> serialization controls didn’t work when specified in XQuery either.
I don’t get XPST0081 for this query (as indicated in a previous reply
of mine). Could you please clarify first if the unchanged query you
I understand, but did you see the details of my second attempt? The
serialization controls didn’t work when specified in XQuery either.
Which they should have, right? I mean, why else would BaseX provide
XSLT options like `output:omit-xml-declaration` if you’re not supposed
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