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Since {{Version|7.2.1}}, BaseX uses Charles Foster’s generic [http://xqj.net/basex/ XQJ API].
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Revision as of 22:02, 19 April 2012

This page is part of the Developer Section. The following Java code snippets demonstrate how easy it is to run database commands, create collections, perform queries, etc. via the BaseX API. Most examples are taken from our basex-examples repository, in which you will find some more use cases.

Note that we recommend everyone to use our own APIs, as they offer better performance and are better supported by our core team. The use of the XML:DB and XQJ APIs is discouraged: as these APIs do not utilize the client/server architecture of BaseX, their use may lead to conflicting database access operations.

Local Examples

RunCommands.java
creates and drops database and index instances, prints a list of all existing databases.
WikiExample.java
creates a database from an url (wiki instance), runs a query against it and drops the database.
RunQueries.java
shows three variants of running queries.
CreateCollection.java
creates and manages a collection.
QueryCollection.java
creates, runs queries against it and drops a collection.

Server Examples

ServerCommands.java
launches server-side commands using a client session.
ServerAndLocal.java
processes server results locally.
ServerConcurrency.java
runs concurrent queries.
UserExample.java
manages database users.

REST API Examples

RESTGet.java
presents the HTTP GET method.
RESTPost.java
presents the HTTP POST method.
RESTPut.java
presents the HTTP PUT method.
RESTDelete.java
presents the HTTP DELETE method.

XML:DB API Examples

XMLDBCreate.java
creates a collection using XML:DB.
XMLDBQuery.java
runs a query using XML:DB.
XMLDBInsert.java
inserts a document into a database using XML:DB.

XQJ API Example

Since Version 7.2.1, BaseX uses Charles Foster’s generic XQJ API.