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Basic XForms questions

From: Chris Picton <chrisp@tangent.co.za>
Date: Thu, 06 Nov 2003 09:59:09 +0200
To: "'www-forms@w3.org'" <www-forms@w3.org>
Message-Id: <1068105548.2893.71.camel@aleph-null.tangent.co.za>
Hi all

I am thinking about using xforms for an upcoming project of mine, and I
would like to know If I can do the following with the technology.

My overall plan is to have a server running XML-RPC.  Clients would
connect to this to download data as well and frontend definitions (I am
looking at XForms for this).  The client would modify the data and
return it to the server. My initial client would be java based, but I
would also look into other implementations down the line (web
based/win32 based/gtk based, etc).  I am trying to keep the server as
simple as possible, and so am trying to avoid running tomcat and java on
the server to provide xforms from the server itself (due to memory
limitations, etc)

Are there any java classes which provide xforms capabilities on the
client?  Is there anything else I should possibly be looking into to
help me.

Thank you for your time

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