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XQilla Command Line Tool


The "xqilla" command line tool can be used to run XQuery and XPath 2 expressions. It is also a good example of how to use the Simple API.

Usage: xqilla [options] <XQuery file>...

-h                : Show this display
-p                : Parse in XPath 2 mode (default is XQuery mode)
-P                : Parse in XPath 1.0 compatibility mode (default is XQuery mode)
-s                : Parse XSLT 2.0
-f                : Parse using W3C Full-Text extensions
-u                : Parse using W3C Update extensions
-e                : Parse using XQilla specific extensions
-d                : Run the query in interactive debugging mode
-x                : Use the Xerces-C data model (default is the FastXDM)
-i <file>         : Load XML document and bind it as the context item
-b <baseURI>      : Set the base URI for the context
-v <name> <value> : Bind the name value pair as an external variable
-o <file>         : Write the result to the specified file
-n <number>       : Run the queries a number of times
-q                : Quiet mode - no output
-t                : Output an XML representation of the AST



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Hi All,

The xqilla-user mailing list is a better place to ask questions. The above question was answered there a while ago.
-- JohnSnelson (2009-02-12 10:28:36)
Mailing list search is available here:

http://sourceforge.net/search/?group_id=152021&type_of_search=mlists

If you don't find the answer, please join the mailing list and ask a question. By all means add an FAQ item if you get a chance - this website is a wiki, and help is greatly appreciated.
-- JohnSnelson (2009-05-12 13:16:22)
how can i run my xquery using xqilla
-- email (2012-03-28 16:33:57)
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