Once you configure a MarkLogic connection, you can use the Data Source
view to display all the application servers that are configured on the
server. You can expand each application server and view all the modules that it is configured
to use. The Data Source Explorer
view allows you to open and edit these
Note: To browse modules located in a database, directory properties must be
associated with them. These directory properties are generated automatically if the
directory creation property of the database is set to automatic. If this
property is set to manual or manual-enforced, add the directory
properties of the modules manually, using the XQuery function
xdmp:directory-create(). For example, for two documents with the
/code/modules/imports/import.xqy IDs, run this query:
For further information about directory properties go to: http://blakeley.com/blogofile/2012/03/19/directory-assistance/.
When you execute or debug XQuery files opened from this view, the imported modules are better
identified by the MarkLogic server. In a module, you are also able to add breakpoints that the
debugger takes into account.
Note: Add breakpoints in the modules of the application server
that executes the debugging.
Note: Open XQuery modules from the application server
involved in the debugging or execution process.
In the Requests container of each application server, Oxygen XML Developer displays both the queries that are stopped for debugging purposes and the
queries that are still running. To clean up the entire Requests
container at the end of your session, right-click it and use the Cancel all running
Figure: MarkLogic Connection in Data Source Explorer
The Data Source Explorer view displays
all the application servers available on the MarkLogic server. To change the XDBC application
server that Oxygen XML Developer uses to process XQuery expressions, select the
Use it to execute queries option from its contextual menu.
To manage resources for a MarkLogic database through WebDAV, configure a WebDAV URL in the MarkLogic connection.