The way to do this is to first create an empty array, and then use the
zorba::store::Store::populateJSONArray() method.

** Changed in: zorba
     Assignee: Markos Zaharioudakis (markos-za) => Chris Hillery (ceejatec)

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/928710

Title:
  No way to populate JSON array with atomic values via store API

Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:
  New

Bug description:
  If you are creating JSON items via the store API, the only way to add
  members to an array is to use the "no-copy copy()" trick, calling
  copy() on the member Item and passing a store::CopyMode with theDoCopy
  set to false.

  However, copy() is not implemented for Items of atomic types (at least
  integer and string), so there is no way at all to create a JSON array
  with strings or integers as members. This of course means there's no
  way to do it with the public C++ API either.

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