I want to run xqueries against xml strings produced in Junit tests. I am able to inject the XML strings via the document builder, but don't know what to pass to the doc() function in the actual query. Fn:doc() wants a URI, is there a special URI I could use? Am I suppose to write the string to a temp file and pass a file:// URI to fn:doc()?

Any help would be nice. A working example would be nicer. I'm trying to use the s9api, but at this point I really don't care.

Thanks,
C. Helck



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