Calling .NET code from XQuery

As I mentioned in a blog post several weeks ago, I have been working on a way to call .NET code directly from MarkLogic. My goal is to be able to access the functionality of existing .NET assemblies so that I don’t need to spend time re-implementing any logic in XQuery. Some typical use cases […]

Creating MLJAM for .NET

XQuery is a powerful language. Add MarkLogic-specific extension functions and constructs and there is very little you can’t do all in XQuery. But, of course, sometimes you do find things you can’t accomplish–like generating a GUID value. Or let’s say you have a lot of business logic already implemented in a programming language like Java […]