ZIP Module

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This module contains XQuery Functions to handle ZIP archives. The contents of ZIP files can be extracted and listed, and new archives can be created. All functions are preceded by the zip: prefix, which is linked to the http://expath.org/ns/zip namespace. The module is based on the EXPath ZIP Module.

Example

zip:binary-entry

Signatures zip:binary-entry($uri as xs:string, $path as xs:string) as xs:base64Binary
Summary Returns the file at $path within the ZIP file located at $uri as an xs:base64Binary item.
Errors FOZP0001 is raised if the specified path does not exist.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.

zip:text-entry

Signatures zip:binary-entry($uri as xs:string, $path as xs:string) as xs:string
zip:binary-entry($uri as xs:string, $path as xs:string, $encoding as xs:string) as xs:string
Summary Returns the text file at $path within the ZIP file located at $uri and returns it as a xs:string item.
An optional encoding can be specified via $encoding.
Errors FOZP0001 is raised if the specified path does not exist.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.

zip:xml-entry

Signatures zip:xml-entry($uri as xs:string, $path as xs:string) as document-node()
Summary Returns the XML file at $path within the ZIP file located at $uri and returns it as a document node.
Errors FODC0006 is raised if the addressed file is not well-formed.
FOZP0001 is raised if the specified path does not exist.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.

zip:html-entry

Signatures zip:html-entry($uri as xs:string, $path as xs:string) as document-node()
Summary Returns the HTML file at $path within the ZIP file located at $uri and returns it as a document node. The file is converted to XML first if Tagsoup is found in the classpath.
Errors FODC0006 is raised if the addressed file is not well-formed, or cannot be converted to correct XML.
FOZP0001 is raised if the specified path does not exist.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.

zip:entries

Signatures zip:entries($uri as xs:string) as element(zip:file)
Summary Generates an XML Representation of the hierarchical structure of the ZIP file located at $uri and returns it as an element node. The contents are not returned by this function.
Errors FOZP0001 is raised if the specified path does not exist.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.
Examples If the ZIP archive archive.zip is empty, zip:entries('archive.zip') returns <zip:file xmlns:zip="http://expath.org/ns/zip" href="archive.zip"/>.

zip:zip-file

Signatures zip:zip-file($zip as element(zip:file)) as empty-sequence()
Summary Creates a new ZIP archive with the characteristics described by $zip, the XML Representation.
Errors FOZP0001 is raised if an addressed file does not exist.
FOZP0002 is raised if entries in the ZIP archive description are unknown, missing, or invalid.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.
Serialization Errors are raised if an inlined XML fragment cannot be successfully serialized.
Examples The following function creates a file archive.zip with the file file.txt inside:
zip:zip-file(<file xmlns="http://expath.org/ns/zip" href="archive.zip"><entry src="file.txt"/></file>)
The following function creates a file archive.zip. It contains one file readme with the content "thanks":
zip:zip-file(<file xmlns="http://expath.org/ns/zip" href="archive.zip"><entry name="readme">thanks</entry></file>)

zip:update-entries

Signatures zip:update-entries($zip as element(zip:file), $output as xs:string) as empty-sequence()
Summary Updates an existing ZIP archive or creates a modifed copy, based on the characteristics described by $zip, the XML Representation. The $output argument is the URI where the modified ZIP file is copied to.
Errors FOZP0001 is raised if an addressed file does not exist.
FOZP0002 is raised if entries in the ZIP archive description are unknown, missing, or invalid.
FOZP0003 is raised if the operation fails for some other reason.
Serialization Errors are raised if an inlined XML fragment cannot be successfully serialized.
Examples The following function creates a copy new.zip of the existing archive.zip file:
zip:update-entries(zip:entries('archive.zip'), 'new.zip')
The following function deletes all PNG files from archive.zip:
declare namespace zip = "http://expath.org/ns/zip";
copy $doc := zip:entries('archive.zip')
modify delete node $doc//zip:entry[ends-with(lower-case(@name), '.png')]
return zip:update-entries($doc, 'archive.zip')