However, I neglected to notice that all of the html files in the EPUB container
were all added as raw files.
So it’s really just unpacking the EPUB zip into raw/ .
Serving them up still works, but I’m guessing that will limit some of the
search features on the unparsed files.
BTW: I was pleasantly surprised to discover that when I made a BaseX database
with an ePub zip file, and
selected the appropriate options ( Parse files in archives, add other files as
raw files )
I was able to serve and view the ePub files thru the rest interface, and links
from the TOC to
I see that all of the WebDAV PUTS to the web app are logged, so I suppose I
could search logs for updates via WebDAV.
( And, presumably, I’ll be the only one doing direct DB updates via basexgui or
command line basex, so I’ll just have to discipline myself! ;-)
I was checking
Hi, Christian! Thank you!The files could be used in the future and I have decided to put these files to the database.It's much easier for me :) 21.08.2019, 17:56, "Christian Grün" :Hi Владимир,BaseX has access permissions on global and on database level . Ifyou want to restrict permission to
BaseX has access permissions on global and on database level . If
you want to restrict permission to specific collection paths and
resources (documents, binary files), you will need to add some
server-side application logic and e.g. use RESTXQ as access layer.
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On 21.08.2019 13:24, Buddy Kresge wrote:
Thanks for these ideas and will try these. As far as #4, what is
‘SSCCE’ – sorry in advance for the not recognizing (ha ha).
Thanks for these ideas and will try these. As far as #4, what is ‘SSCCE’ –
sorry in advance for the not recognizing (ha ha).
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From: Christian Grün
Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2019
In BaseX, there is generally no need to create schemas before creating
databases. Queries are rewritten to benefit from existing index
structures, no matter if texts are ids or other text string (see
Indexes  and, in particular, the section on Exact Queries, for more
We try to keep our distributions as small as possible, and adding the
UCI library to our distribution would double the file size of the
resulting archive. The same accounts for various other libraries that
could potentially be added.
If you use the EXE distribution, and if you copy
I found out that after adding the third-party jar to the classpath as described
here (http://docs.basex.org/wiki/XQuery_3.1#Collations), I can finally
alphanumeric-sort my map:keys:
Which I like
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