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Today's post in the XQJ series explains how to access and manipulate the static context through the XQJ API.
XQuery defines the Static Context as follows,
Most of the components in the static context can be initialized or augmented in the query prolog. In the next example, the boundary-space policy is explicitly specified,
[cc lang="java"]declare boundary-space preserve;
// get a static context object with the implementation's defaults
XQStaticContext xqsc = xqc.getStaticContext();
// make sure boundary-space policy is preserve
// make the changes effective
In addition, XQStaticContext includes a number of XQJ specific properties,
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