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As a reminder the command is: npm test The terminal should show the new test for the Category model: Category Model Unit Tests: Method Save ✓ should be able to Steps to reproduce: - install android plugin (http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html) including api for version 2.2 - create android project specifying version 2.2 - add saxon jar to project I can't find any mention html, css and javascript files To recap where the main files of interest are: server.js - this is the entry point for starting the web server and gets called by the There's actually an extension attribute saxon:message which appears to be undocumented (and might also be untested....) Michael Kay Saxonica Re: [saxon] More about the author

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The android build logic stops while compiling the project once the jar is added to the build path. categories.server.controller.js categories.server.routes.js categories.server.model.js Some handy Curl scripts for testing are below. This time we will see an empty array: [] Create Category The list of categories will be empty, so let’s add the functionality to create a new category. You can read more about this via the Express docs for Request.

User defined Reports or Extracts displaying Coding References for datasets that have been autocoded or coded by entire columns may be inaccurate. No doubt we'll learn with experience on this one. > Any comments are much appreciated. > Many thanks for the feedback so far - keep it coming. Please don't fill out this field. Michael Kay Saxonica On 30/04/2011 03:14, Mattio Valentino wrote: > Hello, > > Last night I posted an email about a problem I was having with > IQueryResolver and the XQuery

My original attempts to build the knight's tour demo used SVG, and I had trouble getting it working and switched to use images as the deadline was approaching. > Remark A: MongoDB will be covered in a little more detail later on. Regards, Manfred [1] http://test.rudolphina.org/svg-t3-v3.html [2] Example: HTML: html + inline svg + Saxonce