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Hello everyone,

I'm having problems executing XQuery from command line. The documentation from saxonica is not working. I need sometnig like

java -jar saxon9.jar -s "input.xml" query=query.xq > out

or alteranatively introducing the query within the command.

Im not sure how to get to java net.sf.saxon.Query.

Can anyone help me please.

Thank you in advance.

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The documentation here http://www.saxonica.com/documentatio...mmandline.html does not show any java -jar syntax. Instead it says:
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java  net.sf.saxon.Query   [options]   query   [ params...]
So make sure you have the necessary jars on your class path and try the above or provide the classpath in the java call e.g.
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java  -cp C:\saxon\saxon9.jar net.sf.saxon.Query   [options]   query   [ params...]
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It's not clear whether you actually found the documentation:

http://www.saxonica.com/documentatio...mmandline.html

You can't use the -jar option because the default entry-point to saxon9.jar is the XSLT processor. You need something along the lines of

java -cp saxon9.jar -s:input.xml query.xq

qualifying each of the filenames with a path if necessary.

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Author, XSLT Programmer's Reference and XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference
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