Thanks, I was reading the same articles... It was just to check if
something already exists...
Le 2015-11-18 11:35, Dirk Kirsten a écrit :
> Hello Christophe,
> I've never done this, but I'd say that extension functions are the way to go.
> If I read the
I've never done this, but I'd say that extension functions are the way
to go. If I read the saxon documentation correctly
you can use it to call Java functions from within XSLT. As BaseX is
written in Java
A more convenient way (at least for Java amateurs like myself) might be
to set up a RESTXQ service in BaseX and to query it using plain
fn:doc(''). At least this works for GET requests. If you need to post
something, you’ll probably need the EXPath HTTP client library  that
doesn’t ship with
I have to query a BaseX database from a XSL transformation. Does someone
has ever done this ? I have no idea where to look in...
I use SaxonEE, so I can write an extension function, if needed...
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