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RE: [xsl] XQuery and XSLT


Subject: RE: [xsl] XQuery and XSLT
From: "Geert Josten" <geert.josten@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 17:00:42 +0100

Hi,

I haven't followed this thread and to be honest I opened this message
only by accident, but I cannot help to remark that there ARE native xml
databases that have integrated support for XSLT and Xquery (and more). I
have good experience with X-Hive/DB:

http://www.xhive.nl/

Kind regards,
Geert

>


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> Van: Colin Paul Adams [mailto:colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Verzonden: vrijdag 17 november 2006 16:29
> Aan: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Onderwerp: Re: [xsl] XQuery and XSLT
>
> >>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>
>     Andrew> Hopefully one day someone will create an XSLT processor
>     Andrew> that operates against a native XML database, to have have
>     Andrew> the best of both worlds.
>
> I don't understand why that is necessary.
>
> Why not just specify a URI scheme for accessing your
> favourite database, and write a URI resolver for it that
> returns events that your XSLT processor can understand (e.g.
> for JAXP processors such as Saxon, generate SAX events)?
>
> Then your favourite database will look like a native XML
> database to the XSLT processor.
> --
> Colin Adams
> Preston Lancashire


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