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From hsp_ <piccina...@ibest.com.br>
Subject Re: Xpath search with child axis.
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2008 19:50:28 GMT

Have anyone some behavior like I described?
Is this post so obviously to worth an anwer?
I Would get some help.
If I wasn't clear, request another explanation, no problem.

hsp_ wrote:
> Hi;
> Sorry by put a message in jira, without have sure that was a bug....
> Well, my problem remains almost the same.
> Like you wrote:
> "You need to escape the initial digit of the uuid. Digits are not valid
> start characters for XML names.
> /jcr:root/A/B//element(*,my:type)[X/Y/_x0033_ca3f395-7ae9-4553-b0d2-401b3bdff3d2/@prop:number
> >= 1]
> ...
> "
> I did it (and don't get it), but in the repository I have a node in this
> path: _pX/Y/0033_ca3f395-7ae9-4553-b0d2-401b3bdff3d2;
> when I do the following search there is no result (and there is the value
> 3 in property @prop:number) :
> /jcr:root/A/B//element(*,my:type)[_pX/Y/_x0033_ca3f395-7ae9-4553-b0d2-401b3bdff3d2/@prop:number>=1].
> Is the path "_pX" invalid in XML eigther ???
> In other hands, if I do the
> search:/jcr:root/A/B//element(*,my:type)[_pX/Y/*/@prop:number>=1];
> it returns a result but whatever the value in property @prop:number
> (long).
> So, this way I have in trouble in my use case, both ways to build a
> expression has a extrange behavior that I would get your explanation for.
> Thanks.
> Helio

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