MarkLogic Database Connections
xdmp:directory-create(). For example, for two documents with the
/code/modules/imports/import.xqyIDs, run the following query:
For more information about directory properties, go to: http://blakeley.com/blogofile/2012/03/19/directory-assistance/.
MarkLogic and XQuery
MarkLogic connections can be used in conjunction with XQuery scripts to debug and solve problems with XQuery transformations. XQuery modules can also be validated using a MarkLogic server to allow to you to spot possible issues without the need of actually executing the XQuery script.
When debugging XQuery files with MarkLogic, you can use the Data Source Explorer view to open the files from the application server that is involved in the debugging process. By using the Data Source Explorer view, any imported modules are better identified by the MarkLogic server. You can also use step actions and breakpoints in the modules to help identify problems.
Each MarkLogic application server includes a Requests container. In this container, Oxygen XML Developer displays both queries that are stopped for debugging purposes and 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 requests action.