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==See also ==
==See also ==
[[Standalone Tutorial]], [[Server Tutorial]], [[Getting Started]], [[Advanced
[[Standalone Tutorial]], [[Server Tutorial]], [[Getting Started]], [[Advanced ]]
Revision as of 12:54, 17 January 2011
See the Startup Overview.
To get to know BaseX, we advise to run some of the following operations to see how it works and get your first indentations.
Create a database/collection
Go to Database/New menu you can choose a folder of xml files or a single xml file to either create a single xml file database or a collection with a bunch of xml files. You will find some additional tabs for parser, index and full-text options:
- Here you can change settings for the parser and choose a file for your xml catalog.
- Here you can choose what indexes to be created with the database: text index, attribute index and path summary are available
- as indexes.
- Here you can activate the full-text index. Furthermore some more options can be set, like language, wildcards and a stopword list.
If you have opened a database you can add (Database/Add documents) or delete (Database/Delete documents) on an easy way. Just go to the designated menu and follow the further steps.
- Add documents
- Choose a file or directory to add to your database. As
pathyou can enter a target path in your database, where
- the new documents have to be added.
- Delete documents
- Enter the path of the documents which you like to delete, the info message will show you how many documents are effected.
In the Database/Manage menu you can backup, restore, rename and drop a database.
- The backup-file is stored in the database directory.
- The file is named
- To restore the database the file with the newest timestamp is taken.
Execute a query
For executing a query there are two ways:
- Search mode in the combo box of the main window
- Here you can enter your query with the help of the query suggest feature, which will provide you with suggestions for path steps.
- Query View
- Here you can enter your query with the help of an advanced query editor with syntax highlighting and detailed error feedback.
If you are not familiar with XQuery, you can execute an Easy Search.