For example, the following query has no visible effect because it operates on an XML node constructed in-memory: When using an update within the return clause of a FLWOR expression, be cautious when deleting or replacing nodes that are still being used by enclosing code.This is because a delete or replace will be processed immediately, and the deleted or replaced node will no longer be available to the query. For example, the following expression will throw the database into an inconsistent state if //address returns more than one node: However, an expression like the following is safe as it only modifies the current iteration variable (note that the following example deletes $address (the current iteration variable) rather than //address (all addresses in the database, including others that have not been deleted yet): Inserts the content sequence specified in expr into the element node passed via expr Single.Second, we use a utility Java class to read the property files from the classpath.The last part is the Groovy script which makes a call to the utility class, retrieves the data from the property files and eventually updates the resource bundle node with the new label(s).Check the location of the XML file, and ensure the New Relic process has read access to the file.While using a single XML file is preferred, you can use multiple custom XML files.He also has extensive experience with Content Management Systems such as Hippo CMS. Often, when deploying a new release through the DTAP environment, resource labels need to be updated as well. Or you defined some configuration in a resource label, like a date pattern, which is used into your JSP file (although not considered a best practice, but we – developers - do it anyway).
It is stored in well-known property files and located in the any hippo plugin (jar files).
The only reason to continue using JDOM 1.x is for compatibility with older Java versions (back to Java 1.2).
JDOM 2.0.x versions are out, and work is starting on identifying what new features can be added to a future 2.1.x release series.
Before starting your application, validate your XML file using New Relic's command line tool.
(The command line tool can only be used when your classes are in a jar.) Run the following command: directory is also read every harvest cycle (typically once per minute).