(1) Do the Quip developers have any idea of when the “tokenize” function will be implemented?
(2) Is there any way I can follow to emulate such a function in the current version of the Quip prototype?
Thanks in advance.
Over the last few months, most of our effort has gone into getting XQuery support into Tamino 4.1, and QuiP has received a lower priority. QuiP is still being developed, but I don’t think you can place any reliance on future releases that track the evolving spec - it’s always been made clear that QuiP is essentially a prototype.
Having said that, I can’t answer the specific question.
This might be the most efficient way as Java offers quite a bit of built-in tokenization functionality.
I am trying to do what you’ve said in order to emulate the tokenize function (to use Java functions).
But I’m having a problem when executing the query in file javaCalls.xquery. The erro is in the end of this message.
I compiled the JniTestProg.java file and put the
resulting class file in the classpath. Do you have any idea of what is happening?
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
- <quip:ExecutionError xmlns:quip=“http://namespaces.softwareag.com/tamino/quip/”>
- <![CDATA[ Error (18,2): function not implemented: http://www.w3.org/2001/08/xquery-operators:javaFunctionString