[Monetdb-developers] Re: FW: Returned mail: see transcript for details

Fabian (MonetDB Project) monet at cwi.nl
Thu Jun 16 11:29:17 CEST 2005

Ignacio Hernandez-Ros wrote:
> Hello,
> I'll try to send a patch.
> This is what happens when the query is executed in MapiClient.
> [ihr at jo-con-el FRTA2]$ cat > test.xq
> <hello>hola</hello>
> [ihr at jo-con-el FRTA2]$ MapiClient -lxquery test.xq
> <hello>hola</hello>
> [ihr at jo-con-el FRTA2]$
> And this is what happens when the query is executed in MapiClient using mil
> language.
> [ihr at jo-con-el FRTA2]$ MapiClient -lmil
> # Monet Database Server V4.9.0
> # Copyright (c) 1993-2005, CWI. All rights reserved.
> # Compiled for i686-pc-linux-gnu/32bit with 32bit OIDs; dynamically linked.
> # Visit http://monetdb.cwi.nl/ for further information.
> mil>xquery("xml","<hello>hola</hello>");
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
> <XQueryResult>
> <hello>hola</hello>
> </XQueryResult>
> mil>
> The result of an xquery is not a table with rows and columns. Is another
> piece of XML that I don't know how to get it back into the PHP code.

As far as I know, this should be represented as one column.  Maybe it 
isn't.  Sjoerd will know the answer.  Perhaps it works better for you in 
this case if you use the xquery language, instead of mil from your PHP 
script.  Again, I think Sjoerd knows for sure how the response is given 

> What you sent me didn't work. Thank you for your support. Are there more
> alternatives?
> Regards,
> Ignacio Hernandez-Ros
> XBRL International Inc. - Technology Development
> ihr at xbrl.org
> Cell: +34 609027754

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