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This page is one of the [[Main Page|Main Sections]] of the documentation. It gives you a brief introduction on how to start, run, and use BaseX. After you have set up BaseX, we suggest that you should start with the [[Graphical User Interface]].
It gives a quick introduction on how to start, run, and use BaseX. After you have
 
set up BaseX, we suggest you to start with the [[Graphical User Interface]].
 
  
 
=Overview=
 
=Overview=
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* [[Startup]]: How to get BaseX running
 
* [[Startup]]: How to get BaseX running
* [[Start Scripts]]
 
* [[Command-Line Options]]
 
 
;User Interfaces
 
 
* [[Standalone Mode]]: The comand-line interface
 
 
* [[Graphical User Interface]] (see available [[Shortcuts]])
 
* [[Graphical User Interface]] (see available [[Shortcuts]])
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* [[Command-Line Client]]: Use BaseX in your bash
 
* [[Database Server]]: The client/server architecture
 
* [[Database Server]]: The client/server architecture
 
* [[Web Application]]: The HTTP server
 
* [[Web Application]]: The HTTP server
 
* [[DBA]]: Browser-based database administration
 
* [[DBA]]: Browser-based database administration
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* [[Command-Line Options]]
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* [[Start Scripts]]
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* [[Databases]]: How databases are created, populated and deleted
 
* [[Databases]]: How databases are created, populated and deleted
* [[Binary Data]]: How to store and use binary data
 
* [[Parsers]]: How different input formats can be converted to XML
 
 
* [[Commands]]: Full overview of all database commands
 
* [[Commands]]: Full overview of all database commands
 
* [[Options]]: Listing of all database options
 
* [[Options]]: Listing of all database options
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* [[Configuration]]: BaseX start files and directories
  
 
;Editing XML and XQuery Files
 
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'''BaseX: Introduction'''
 
'''BaseX: Introduction'''
  
* BaseX for Dummies. Written by Paul Swennenhuis:<br/>[http://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/BaseX_for_dummies.pdf Part I], [http://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/basexfordummies.zip Part I (files)], [http://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/BaseX_for_dummies_part_2.pdf Part II].
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* Tamara Marnell: [https://files.basex.org/publications/tutorials/BaseX%20for%20Newbies.pdf BaseX for Newbies]
* [http://www.ffzg.unizg.hr/klafil/dokuwiki/doku.php/z:basex-adv BaseX Adventures]. Written by Neven Jovanović.
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* Paul Swennenhuis: BaseX for Dummies: [https://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/BaseX_for_dummies.pdf Part I], [https://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/basexfordummies.zip Part I (files)], [https://www.swennenhuis.nl/basexfordummies/BaseX_for_dummies_part_2.pdf Part II]
* [http://www.learndb.com/databases/basex-tutorial-for-using-an-xml-native-database-management-system Tutorial]. Written by Imed Bouchrika.
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* Neven Jovanović: [http://www.ffzg.unizg.hr/klafil/dokuwiki/doku.php/z:basex-adv BaseX Adventures]
* [http://files.basex.org/publications/dummies/XQuery%20pour%20les%20Humanit%e9s%20Num%e9riques.pdf XQuery pour les Humanités Numériques]. Written by Farid Djaïdja (French).
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* Imed Bouchrika: [https://www.learndb.com/databases/basex-tutorial-for-using-an-xml-native-database-management-system Tutorial. Using a native XMLDBS]
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* Farid Djaïdja: [https://files.basex.org/publications/tutorials/XQuery%20pour%20les%20Humanit%e9s%20Num%e9riques.pdf XQuery pour les Humanités Numériques] (French)
  
 
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'''XML and XQuery'''
 
'''XML and XQuery'''
  
* [http://phobos103.inf.uni-konstanz.de/xml15/ XML Technologies]. Our university course on XML, XPath, XQuery, XSLT, Validation, Databases, etc.
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* [https://files.basex.org/.xml15/ XML Technologies]. University course on XML, XPath, XQuery, XSLT, Validation, Databases, etc.
* [http://w3schools.com/xquery/default.asp XQuery Tutorial]. From W3 Schools.
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* [https://www.progress.com/xquery/resources/tutorials/learning-xquery/xquery---a-guided-tour XQuery: A Guided Tour]. From the book "XQuery from the Experts".
* [http://www.progress.com/xquery/resources/tutorials/learning-xquery/xquery---a-guided-tour XQuery: A Guided Tour]. From the book "XQuery from the Experts".
 
 
* [https://github.com/XQueryInstitute/Course-Materials/tree/master/exercises XQuery Summer Institute]. Exercises and Answers.
 
* [https://github.com/XQueryInstitute/Course-Materials/tree/master/exercises XQuery Summer Institute]. Exercises and Answers.
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* [https://www.w3schools.com/xml/xquery_intro.asp W3 Schools XQuery Tutorial]. Not affiliated with W3C.
 
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'''BaseX: Talks, Questions'''
 
'''BaseX: Talks, Questions'''
  
* [http://files.basex.org/publications/xmlprague/ Our Annual User Meetings]. Slides and videos.
 
 
* [https://mailman.uni-konstanz.de/mailman/listinfo/basex-talk Our Mailing List]. Join and contribute.
 
* [https://mailman.uni-konstanz.de/mailman/listinfo/basex-talk Our Mailing List]. Join and contribute.
* [https://github.com/basexdb/basex/issues GitHub Issue Tracker]. Please use our mailing list before entering new issues.
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* [https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/basex Stack Overflow]. Questions on {{Code|basex}}.
* [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/basex Stack Overflow]. Questions on {{Code|basex}}.
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* [https://github.com/basexdb/basex/issues GitHub Issue Tracker]. Confirmed bugs and feature requests.
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* [https://files.basex.org/publications/xmlprague/ XML Prague User Meetings]. Slides and videos.
 
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Revision as of 17:57, 16 May 2022

This page is one of the Main Sections of the documentation. It gives you a brief introduction on how to start, run, and use BaseX. After you have set up BaseX, we suggest that you should start with the Graphical User Interface.

Overview

First Steps
Command Line
 
General Info
  • Databases: How databases are created, populated and deleted
  • Commands: Full overview of all database commands
  • Options: Listing of all database options
  • Configuration: BaseX start files and directories
Editing XML and XQuery Files

We strongly encourage you to use the BaseX Editor to run your queries and edit your XML data.

Tutorials and Slides

BaseX: Introduction

 

XML and XQuery

BaseX: Talks, Questions