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ml:query -v -f test.xq id 123
ml:query-v -f test.xq id 123

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Edited on 2010-06-04 12:13:24 by DavidLee
||-b,-bool||No output. Returns with the effective boolean value||
if -b is specified then no output. Exits (return value) with 0 if the effective boolean value is true, otherwise 1
Test if a document exists
ml:query -b "exists(doc('/foo/bar'))" && echo document /foo/bar/ exists

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Edited on 2010-03-06 11:06:56 by DavidLee
query [options] [query] [varname value [varname value ...]]
If neither -q or -f is specified then the first argument after any options is taken to be the query string.
query [-c uri|-connect uri] [-t] [-v] [-q script | -f scriptfile] [varname value [varname value ...]]

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Edited on 2010-03-01 14:10:41 by DavidLee
||-c,connect uri||Use the connection string instead of $MLCONNECT||
||-t||Output result as text (instead of xml).||
||-v||Assign variables (parameters) from the remaining arguments||
||-q script||xquery to run passed as an argument||
||-f scriptfile||file containing the xquery.||
ml:query-v -f test.xq id 123
ml:query -q "'Hello World'"
-connect uri
-c uri Use the connection string instead of $MLCONNECT
-t Output result as text (instead of xml).
-v Assign variables (parameters) from the remaining arguments
-q script xquery to run passed as an argument
-f scriptfile file containing the xquery.
$ ml:query-v -f test.xq id 123
$ ml:query -q "'Hello World'"

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