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xdmp:zip-manifest

xdmp:zip-manifest(
   $zipfile as binary()
) as element()

Summary

Return a manifest for this zip file. The manifest contains information about what is in the zip file. The form of the manifest is:

  <parts xmlns="xdmp:zip">
    <part uncompressed-size="[size]" compressed-size="[size]"
          encrypted="[true/false]">path1</part>
    <part uncompressed-size="[size]" compressed-size="[size]"
          encrypted="[true/false]">path2</part>
    ...more parts
  </parts>   
Each <part> is a file within the zip. The attributes specify the uncompressed size for the file, the compressed size for that file, whether or not the file is encrypted, and the last-modified timestamp. Note that MarkLogic cannot extract encrypted files, attempting to do so will cause an error. Also note that due to a limitation in the zip file format, the last-modified time has a granularity of two seconds (e.g. 10:22:33 becomes 10:22:32).

Parameters
$zipfile The zip document binary node.

Example

xdmp:zip-manifest($myzip)
=>
<parts>
  <part uncompressed-size="89246" compressed-size="4538"
        encrypted="no" last-modified="2009-03-20T03:30:32">
    docProps/app.xml
  </part>
  <part uncompressed-size="2896" compressed-size="634"
        encrypted="no" last-modified="2009-03-23T19:30:32">
    word/fontTable.xml
  </part>
  <part uncompressed-size="139914" compressed-size="12418"
        encrypted="yes" last-modified="2009-03-23T15:30:32">
    word/styles.xml
  </part>
</parts>

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