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by dreuzel
Thu Jan 26, 2006 10:27 pm
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Berkley DBXML 2.13 violates own rules
Replies: 2
Views: 7672

Berkley DBXML 2.13 violates own rules

it has always been legal to formulate a query as collection("System\System.dbxml")/*[dbxml:metadata('dbxml:name')='bla+bla/bla'] all th slashes are in parantheses. THis becomes now illegal Error: Invalid URI format the slash signs are not accepted any more I susspect they are not even accepted in th...
by dreuzel
Tue Jan 24, 2006 2:52 pm
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Berkley XMLDB not recovering after a rollback
Replies: 0
Views: 7535

Berkley XMLDB not recovering after a rollback

hi, I tried to recover using a rollback of the berkley XML DB The rollback itsels performs ok, thow the connection to the DB seems lost (DB-File not found) and nothing can be done any more. It is not upto the DB designer to force the architecture that the Java program needs to stop and restart again...
by dreuzel
Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:49 am
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Berkley DBXML is messing up W3C standards (Doc.asString())
Replies: 3
Views: 8193

george, I think i misread your answer, I think we both agree on what should be. the problem is is not that W3C nor the standards are wrong, they are NOT. Berkley DB XML badly codes this W3C standard. and alters the defintion > to > while in its internal interpretation. Theoreticaly a parse could f...
by dreuzel
Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:39 am
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Berkley DBXML is messing up W3C standards (Doc.asString())
Replies: 3
Views: 8193

Messing up of W3C characters in Berkley DBXML

Sorry, I do not agree on your remark. XML and W3C standards have some purpose the Xml record as you mentioned is correct : <test var="<>" /> though the record <test var="<,>" /> is structuraly incorrect. You as a human can see there is no difference but the parser does not think so. For this reaso...
by dreuzel
Fri Jan 20, 2006 1:12 pm
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Berkley DBXML is messing up W3C standards (Doc.asString())
Replies: 3
Views: 8193

Berkley DBXML is messing up W3C standards (Doc.asString())

I posted this message some time ago, And got some reactions this was impossible. It is NOT. the character " <" is handled differently from ">" As These characters are XML structure the whole XML is messed UP ! in the way that one is translated the other is not. THis problem occurs as one uses docume...
by dreuzel
Thu Jan 19, 2006 3:25 pm
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: Running multiple instances of a Berkley DBXML
Replies: 0
Views: 7719

Running multiple instances of a Berkley DBXML

I'm using a java application accessing a BERKLEY XML DB. as I try to reuse the same environment for multiple instances i get refused by the database. And the database locks up. Can only one environment be used at one time ? how can I access the DB using perl and Java and multiple java instances at t...
by dreuzel
Thu Jan 19, 2006 11:15 am
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: DBXML Berkley messes up characters invalidating W3C stand
Replies: 3
Views: 8065

I found out what went wrong using


as a document can be converted to text in multiple ways....
Document.toString fails to convert the ">" badly and messes up the XML standard Doc.AsString fails
Doc.getContent seems to work



Best regards thanks anyway
by dreuzel
Thu Jan 19, 2006 11:07 am
Forum: Feature Request
Topic: Berkley DBXML multiple database instances
Replies: 1
Views: 2927

Berkley DBXML multiple database instances

I'm using a java application accessing a BERKLEY XML DB. as I try to reuse the same environment for multiple instances i get refused by the database. And the database locks up. Can only one environment be used at one time ? how can I access the DB using perl and Java and multiple java instances at t...
by dreuzel
Thu Jan 05, 2006 7:15 pm
Forum: General XML Questions
Topic: DBXML Berkley messes up characters invalidating W3C stand
Replies: 3
Views: 8065

DBXML Berkley messes up characters invalidating W3C stand

I'm running DBXML of berkley. I need to us < > and other XML foreign characters in my XML structure W3c standards tell me to ue < an > as encoding. This is fine for me ... As I load the xml record in the DB as : <test var="<>" /> the xml record is returned as <test vat="<>" /> it seems to interprete...