Thank you, Pierrick.
I'd recently taken a look at the functions in this namespace and this
function appeared useful :
xmldb:last-modified($a as item(), $b as xs:string) xs:dateTime?
However, you are required to specify the resource name, $b, in collection
$a, and it will return the last-modified dateTime.
What I am looking for is something like :
last-modified-after($a as item(), $b as xs:dateTime) that would return all
resources by name, that have been modified in collection $a after dateTime
If this doesn't exist currently, can anyway suggest an elegant way to
accomplish this? Noting that this collection may have a couple of thousand
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 1:36 AM, Pierrick Brihaye
> Roland Chan a écrit :
> I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction.
>> We'd like to query an eXist collection and find *all* documents that were
>> modified *after" a certain date. Is this possible from an XQuery?
> eXist provides a set of utility XQuery functions (in the
> http://exist-db.org/xquery/xmldb namespace) which give access to the
> documents "history".
> See :