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> Just when we are about it - an xpath expression on CQL ?? Something like > /this/that[@attribute="xyz"]=somestuff We can sort of already do this if the CQL parser allows for quoted, dynamic indexes. Equally, the value could be hacked into a relation modifier value with a magical index. foo.magical any/foo.xpath="/this/that[@attribute='xyz']" somestuff However it does not fit the abstract data model of SRW nor CQL, as we cannot determine several crucial things required to process the above query: * Schema that the server uses internally, if any * Schema that the XPath expression should be applied to * Namespaces for the XPath expression Secondly, XPath over the wire is practically never the right solution. If you control the server, then you can define an index in a profile which resolves to that XPath. If you don't know the data, then you can't tell what to use in the XPath. If the data changes, your query is suddenly inaccurate (eg going from one version of a schema to another) or if the data is heterogeneous (MODS data and MARCXML data in the same database) So the only situation in which it would be useful would be: * The server only supplies one schema, or can determine which schema to use from the XPath expression * The records do not use namespaces * The client knows the data and the schema * The data is completely homogeneous Hence there isn't an official XPath query type. Rob ,'/:. Dr Robert Sanderson ([log in to unmask]) ,'-/::::. http://www.o-r-g.org/~azaroth/ ,'--/::(@)::. Dept. of Computer Science, Room 805 ,'---/::::::::::. University of Liverpool ____/:::::::::::::. L5R Shop: http://www.cardsnotwords.com/ I L L U M I N A T I