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Latest revision as of 22:27, 5 May 2021

This page is one of the Main Sections of the documentation. 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[edit]

First Steps
Command Line
 
General Info
  • 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
  • Options: Listing of all database options
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[edit]

BaseX: Introduction

 

XML and XQuery

BaseX: Talks, Questions