Analyzing Marklogic search requests

MarkLogic provides a possibility to see how the given search expression will be processed by the index. XQuery function xdmp:plan is responsible for that – https://docs.marklogic.com/xdmp:plan

The way it works is perfectly described here – https://www.marklogic.com/blog/working-with-xdmp-plan/

My question is if there is JavaScript analog of that function? How can I analyze the queries written in JavaScript?

>Solution :

Sort of depends on what you are doing. But there is probably tooling in this list to match your needs depending on what you are using for your implemntation:

cts.plan()

Returns an array of JavaScript objects recording information about how the given search will be processed by the index.


xdmp.sqlPlan()

Returns a node representing the query plan of the given SQL SELECT query.


sparqlPlan()

Return a node representing the query plan of the given SPARQL query.


op.explain()

This method returns a representation of the builtin execution plan.

  • could only find xquery doc link

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