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AW: XForms & XSLT (was: Re: NetScape/IE)

From: Schulze, Matthias <schulze@dresden-informatik.de>
Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 19:06:59 +0200
Message-ID: <7140E412EB5ED411B8720050BF1123B00CCD90@www.dresden-informatik.de>
To: "'Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer'" <schnitz@mozquito.com>
Cc: www-forms@w3.org

> When the user changes the settings, the copy 
> of the originating XML-A document loaded into the 
> browser gets changed. When the user hits submit,  
> the updated XML-A document overwrites the
> existing XML-A document on the hard drive. 


I don't see how this might be accomplished using XForms alone. Changing the
originating XML requires additional serverside logic, for instance a servlet
that performs the actual DOM access. 

Will XForms really provide a general approach for manipulating serverside
If not, how can you say that "XForms is the XML-F back from XML-P to XML-A"?

regards, Matthias
Received on Saturday, 4 August 2001 13:12:42 UTC

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