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basexserver - XML database system and XPath/XQuery processor (server mode)
basexserver [-cdeipSz] [stop]
basexserver starts the server mode of the native XML database system basex(1) on default port 1984.
A short description of option can be obtained from $ basexserver -h or by browsing http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Startup_Options#BaseX_Server
On first startup a user 'admin' with default password 'admin' exists (make sure to change this)! Admin permissions are needed to execute one of the following processes. · Creating user 'test' with password 'test': > CREATE USER test test As global permissions valid options are 'none', 'read', 'write', 'create' and 'admin'. · Revoking all global permissions from user 'test': > GRANT none TO test Valid local permissions are 'none', 'read' and 'write'. · Granting write permission on database 'factbook' to user 'test': > GRANT write ON factbook TO test Note: Local permissions overwrite global permissions. As a consequence, the 'test' user will only be allowed to access (i.e., read and write) the 'factbook' database. If no local permissions are set, the global rights are inherited. · Showing global permissions: > SHOW USERS · Showing local permissions on database 'factbook': > SHOW USERS ON factbook · Dropping of user 'test': > DROP USER test Further details on user management are to be found in the BaseX Documentation Wiki (http://docs.basex.org/wiki/User_Management).
A list of supported Database commands can be obtained from $ basexserver -ic help or by browsing http://docs.basex.org/wiki/Commands
basexclient(1), basex(1), basexgui(1) ~/.basex BaseX (standalone and server) properties ~/.basexgui BaseX additional GUI properties ~/.basexperm user name, passwords, and permissions ~/.basexevents contains all existing events ~/BaseXData Default database directory ~/BaseXData/.logs Server logs ~/BaseXRepo Package repository BaseX Documentation Wiki: http://docs.basex.org
BaseX started as a research project of the Database and Information Systems Group (DBIS) at the University of Konstanz in 2005 and soon turned into a feature-rich open source XML database and XPath/XQuery processor.
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BaseX is developed by a bunch of people called 'The BaseX Team' <http://basex.org/about- us/> led by Christian Gruen <email@example.com>. The man page was written by Alexander Holupirek <firstname.lastname@example.org> while packaging BaseX for Debian GNU/Linux. 26 June 2012 basexserver(1)