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es:database-properties-generate

es:database-properties-generate(
   $model as map:map
) as object-node()

Summary

This function is deprecated and will not be supported in MarkLogic 11.
Generate a database configuration artifact from a basic model. This data facilitates creating range indexes and lexicons required for searching instance data.

Parameters
$model A valid basic entity model.

Usage Notes

This function produces JSON database configuration properties that you can use to configure a MarkLogic database. You can use the generated artifact as-is in an ml-gradle project, or customize it slightly for use with the REST Management API.

The configuration data includes a range index definition for each entity type property specified in a es:range-index element in the input model. Similarly, the configuration data includes a word lexicon definition for each property specified in a es:word-lexicon element in the input model. These indexes and lexicon definitions are compatible with the query options you can generate using es:search-options-generate function.

Your application might require additional database configuration. You can use the output of this function as a starting place from which to expand.

See Also

Example

xquery version "1.0-ml";
import module namespace es = "http://marklogic.com/entity-services"
  at "/MarkLogic/entity-services/entity-services.xqy";

es:database-properties-generate( es:model-validate(
  <es:model xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
    <es:info>
      <es:title>Example</es:title>
      <es:version>1.0.0</es:version>
      <es:description>ES Examples</es:description>
    </es:info>
    <es:definitions>
      <Name>
        <es:properties>
          <first><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></first>
          <middle><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></middle>
          <last><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></last>
        </es:properties>
        <es:required>first</es:required>
        <es:required>last</es:required>
      </Name>
      <Person>
        <es:properties>
          <id><es:datatype>int</es:datatype></id>
          <name><es:ref>#/definitions/Name</es:ref></name>
          <bio><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></bio>
          <rating><es:datatype>float</es:datatype></rating>
          <phone>
            <es:datatype>array</es:datatype>
            <es:items><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></es:items>
          </phone>
          <friend>
            <es:datatype>array</es:datatype>
            <es:items><es:ref>#/definitions/Person</es:ref></es:items>
          </friend>
        </es:properties>
        <es:primary-key>id</es:primary-key>
        <es:required>id</es:required>
        <es:required>name</es:required>
        <es:range-index>rating</es:range-index>
        <es:word-lexicon>bio</es:word-lexicon>
      </Person>
    </es:definitions>
  </es:model>
))

(: ==> A database configuration artifact similar to the following, as
 :     a JSON object node. You can use it as-is in an ml-gradle project,
 :     or set the values of the "database-name" and "schema-database"
 :     properties and use it with POST /manage/LATEST/databases to create
 :     a new database with this configuration.

{ "database-name": "%%DATABASE%%",
  "schema-database": "%%SCHEMAS_DATABASE%%",
  "path-namespace": [ {
      "prefix": "es",
      "namespace-uri": "http://marklogic.com/entity-services"
  } ],
  "element-word-lexicon": [ {
      "collation": "http://marklogic.com/collation/en",
      "localname": "bio",
      "namespace-uri": ""
  } ],
  "range-path-index": [ {
      "collation": "http://marklogic.com/collation/en",
      "invalid-values": "reject",
      "path-expression": "//es:instance/Person/rating",
      "range-value-positions": false,
      "scalar-type": "float"
  } ],
  "triple-index": true,
  "collection-lexicon": true
}
 :)
  

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