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Re: any equivalent of "generator" for svg?

From: <rkarunak@us.oracle.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 13:25:28 -0800
Message-ID: <38D7E8C8.76A4BA4B@us.oracle.com>
To: www-svg@w3.org
Here is a simple example of an SVG chart generated dynamically by 
querying a database:

   http://technet.oracle.com/tech/xml/demo/demo1.htm

See last example on above page. (Free registration may be required to 
access this site.)

In this demo XSLT is used to transform XML data into an SVG chart.

Source code can be downloaded here:
   http://technet.oracle.com/tech/xml/xsql_servlet/
(Click on 'Software' to download XSQL servlet.)

If you have questions, please click 'Support', also on above page.

--
NOT SPEAKING FOR ORACLE!


Jon Ferraiolo <jferraio@Adobe.COM> wrote:
> Andrew,
> One of the beauties of SVG is that it is XML. Thus, you could do a lot of
> server-side transcoding using server-side XSLT, or perhaps link up IBM's
> XML4J with server-side Java if XSLT isn't sophisticated enough. Adobe
> announced a Dynamic Link extension to its GoLive product line. Although it
> doesn't support SVG today, you might imagine that it will support SVG at
> some point.
> 
> Jon
> 
> 
> At 10:30 AM 2/2/00 -0800, Andrew Wooldridge wrote:
> >Does anyone know of an SVG equivalent of MM's Generator software?
> >-- 
> >
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