[basex-talk] Any news regarding increasing maximum node count?

2014-05-02 Thread David Rudel
Hello, I found in the archive an email indicating that there were nebulous plans to dramatically increase the total number of nodes that a database could accommodate, from 2 billion to 8 quintillion. Are these plans still in the nebulous stage, or is there a more specific timeframe in mind?

Re: [basex-talk] Customized, Persistent Hashes?

2014-05-02 Thread David Rudel
is better tackled at the business logic layer. Cheers, Dirk On 01/05/14 20:25, David Rudel wrote: Hello, Imagine you have data on 10 test subjects. For every test subject there are 2 data files. For example, one might be a data file describing the actions of a test subject as he went

[basex-talk] Customized, Persistent Hashes?

2014-05-01 Thread David Rudel
Hello, Imagine you have data on 10 test subjects. For every test subject there are 2 data files. For example, one might be a data file describing the actions of a test subject as he went through an obstacle course and the other data file may be time-stamped readings of the subject's heartbeat

Re: [basex-talk] Order of nodes in reversed axes

2014-04-16 Thread David Rudel
Mr. Atria, You left out a key element from the answer you got from stack overflow. Note that Dimitre's response used a filter expression (path expression) [predicate] not a simple path expression The ()s are critical. $test//child/ancestor-or-self::test[ last() ] is very different from

Re: [basex-talk] Order of nodes in reversed axes

2014-04-16 Thread David Rudel
More specifically, I don't understand what the difference is between nearest ancestor element and parent. On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 8:45 PM, David Rudel fwqhg...@gmail.com wrote: Mr. Atria, You left out a key element from the answer you got from stack overflow. Note that Dimitre's response

Re: [basex-talk] Order of nodes in reversed axes

2014-04-16 Thread David Rudel
apply, because the relevant node is not always the parent, but the first node with a given name. On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 2:45 PM, David Rudel fwqhg...@gmail.com wrote: Mr. Atria, You left out a key element from the answer you got from stack overflow. Note that Dimitre's response used