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[Bug 6802] [FT] Test Suite Revised

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Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 13:54:37 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Christian Gruen <christian.gruen@gmail.com>  2009-04-16 13:54:37 ---
Dear Pat,

some quick comments to [9] and [10]..


[9] full-text-composability-queries-results-q5.xq

My parser still seems to complain about the new version; the following return
statement might do its job:

----------------------

return <book number="{$book/@number}">{
 ($title,
  if (count($book/metadata/author) > 0)
  then ($book/metadata/author, $in, $pin)
  else ($book/metadata/publicationInfo/publisher, $in, $pin))
}</book>

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This an equivalent version, which is a little bit shorter:

return <book number="{$book/@number}">{
 ($title,
  if ($book/metadata/author)
  then $book/metadata/author
  else $book/metadata/publicationInfo/publisher,
  $in, $pin)
}</book>

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[10] xquery-xpath-composability-queries-results-q9.xq

Sorry, I didn't write too much on this. "./part/chapter" is grammatically
correct, but no context item is defined at this point, leading to an XPDY0002
error. This is why I suggested to replace "." with "$cont".


Thanks!
Christian


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