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Last month in, XQJ Part III - Executing queries, we showed through some simple examples how to bind a value to an external variable declared in your query. In this post of the XQJ series, we will get into some more details on this subject.
xqp = xqc.prepareExpression(
"declare variable $v1 external; " +
"declare variable $v2 external; " +
"$v1 instance of xs:integer, "+
"$v1 instance of xs:int, "+
"$v2 instance of xs:integer, "+
"$v2 instance of xs:int");
xqp.bindObject(new QName("v1"),new Integer(174), null);
xqp.bindObject(new QName("v2"),new Integer(174), xsinteger);
DocumentBuilder parser = factory.newDocumentBuilder();
Document domDocument = parser.parse("foo.xml");
xqp.bindNode(new QName("e"), domDocument,null);
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