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Subject: Re: apache,perl,xml,xsl
From: "Betty L. Harvey" <harvey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 14:34:24 -0400 (EDT)

I use Apache.  I have Perl scripts that create XML documents.  
Before XSL and CSS were viable, I used Perl to create SGML
files and Panorama and/or Citec MultiDoc to view and link
between documents using HyTime links that were created
from the Perl scripts.

I haven't found any problems with Apache as a Web server
and SGML/XML applications.

I just wish IE 5.0 behaved as well as traditional SGML
browsers.  I haven't done an extensive amount of testing
with IE 5.0 but what I have done I have found many
problems that I am not happy with.

If you want to see Apache and Perl working, I have a sample
available at http://www.eccnet.com/xmledi.  The first is
a simple bookorder form that creates an XML document.  The
original version used an XSL stylesheet (first draft).
Now I just attached a CSS stylesheet to it until I get
some free time to create a new XSL style sheet for it.

There is also an XMLized version of the XML/EDI Guidelines
document that is displayed using CSS.


Betty Harvey                         | Phone: 301-540-8251 FAX: 4268
Electronic Commerce Connection, Inc. | 
13017 Wisteria Drive, P.O. Box 333   | 
Germantown, Md.  20874               |
harvey@xxxxxxxxxx                    | Washington,DC SGML/XML Users Grp
URL:  http://www.eccnet.com          | http://www.eccnet.com/sgmlug/

On Wed, 14 Apr 1999, Matthew MacKenzie wrote:

> Hi,
>   Are any of you using non-microsoft server/scripting technologies in your
> XML/XSL implementations, specifically, Apache and Perl?  If anyone has some
> Apache XML/XSL wisdom, do speak up...all of this .asp, IIS talk is kind of
> scary...
> _____________
> Matthew MacKenzie
> matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  XSL-List info and archive:  http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list

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