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review of REX, Remote Events for XML

From: Grosso, Paul <pgrosso@ptc.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 16:25:55 -0500
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We have been asked to review
 Remote Events for XML (REX) 1.0
published at
though the latest member-only version is at

Chris Lilley is minuted as saying:

>>     REX takes DOM events from one document and lets you
>>     encapsulate them in XML so you can transmit them and replay
>>     them elsewhere, e.g. for replaying or operating a remote
>>     user interface.

The Abstract says:

This specification defines an XML [XML] grammar intended for
representing events as they are defined in DOM 3 Events [DOM3EV],
primarily but not exclusively for purposes of transmission. It enables
one endpoint to interact remotely with another endpoint holding a DOM
representation by sending it DOM Events as if they had occurred directly
at the same location. 

Does anyone volunteer to review this?

Received on Wednesday, 22 February 2006 21:26:03 UTC

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