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Welcome to the Query Portal, which is one of the [[Main Page|Main Sections]] of this documentation. BaseX provides an implementation of the W3 [ XPath] and [ XQuery] languages, which are tightly coupled with the underlying database store. However, the processor is also a flexible general purpose processor, which can access local and remote sources. High conformance with the official specifications is one of our main objectives, as the results of the [ XQuery Test Suite] demonstrate. This section contains general information on the query processor and its numerous extensions.:
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<div style="font-size:130%">[[XQuery 3.0]]</div>
Supported features Features of the upcoming [ XQuery 3.0] Recommendation.
<div style="font-size:130%">[[XQuery Modules|Modules]]</div>
Additional functions function modules provided by BaseX.
<div style="font-size:130%">[[Packaging]]</div>
Embedding of external function modules, based on the [ EXPath Packaging System].
<div style="font-size:130%">[[Java Bindings]]</div>
How to access Accessing and call calling Java code from XQuery.
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<div style="font-size:130%">[[Full-Text]]</div>
XPath/XQuery Full Text extends the language with powerful retrieval featuresHow to use BaeX as a full-fledged full text processor.
<div style="font-size:130%">[[Updates]]</div>
Databases can be modified Updating databases and local resources via the XQuery Update extension.
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Bureaucrats, editor, reviewer, Administrators


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