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RE: [Building Application]

From: Michael Rys <mrys@microsoft.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 10:00:45 -0700
Message-ID: <EC67B042372C27429014D4FB06AC9FAF036DBA92@red-msg-29.redmond.corp.microsoft.com>
To: "Jonathan Robie" <Jonathan.Robie@SoftwareAG-USA.com>, <xneon79@netscape.net>, <www-ql@w3.org>
What about using a current W3C recommendation called XSLT?

Best regards
Michael

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Robie [mailto:Jonathan.Robie@SoftwareAG-USA.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 3:23 AM
> To: xneon79@netscape.net; www-ql@w3.org
> Subject: Re: [Building Application]
> 
> 
> At 09:11 AM 5/14/2001 -0400, xneon79@netscape.net wrote:
> >    Recently I've started to develop an Internet based system among 
> > with
> > the XML technology, I saw this mail list, and well, I need you help.
> >    I would like to know, if possible, if there is any way 
> to make a new 
> > web page from an existing xml page; you know, you make an 
> xql, or xpath 
> > query, and results appears on a new page. Without using ASP.
> 
> Yes, this is possible. You may be interested, for instance, in Kweelt 
> Server Pages (KSP), which are similar to ASP or JSP, but use 
> Kweelt, a 
> language very similar to XQuery, and are based on Cocoon. The 
> same concept 
> would work perfectly well with XQuery, but Kweelt has some syntactic 
> differences. If you want something that has running code 
> today, KSP seems 
> like a good way to go.
> 
> See http://db.cis.upenn.edu/Kweelt/#N1657 for more information.
> 
> Jonathan
> 
> 
Received on Wednesday, 6 June 2001 13:50:10 GMT

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