public class: XQueryXPath
A sample to XMLBeans API features for executing XPath and XQuery
expressions. The sample illustrates these features:
- Using the XmlObject.selectPath and XmlCursor.selectPath methods
to execute XPath expressions. The selectPath method's results (if
any) are always chunks of the instance queried against. In other
words, changes to query results change the original instance.
However, you work with results differently depending on whether
selectPath was called from an XmlObject or XmlCursor instance. See
the SelectPath class for more information.
- Using the XmlObject.execQuery and XmlCursor.execQuery methods
to execute XQuery expressions. Results of these queries are copied
into new XML, meaning that changes to results do not change the
original instance. Here again, you work with results differently
depending how which method you used to query. See the ExecQuery
class for more information.
|Methods from java.lang.Object:|
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait|