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- From: singba <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 04 Jun 1998 10:44:56 -0400
I am writing a very simple, Java based, search engine for XML
documents. I commonly use XSL for presentation of my XML
documents. I find that it is useful to modify or add to the contents
of the XML using XSL for presentation purposes. Are there any
provisions for allowing a user to search for what they see and get the
document/view using a general purpose search engine? Obviously,
one can not just search the XML file.
As an example, imagine a date stored as 19980604 in an XML file.
An XSL file converts that to 06-04-1998 for presentation. The user
writes that date down and later searches for it but....
Any advice is appreciated.
Center For Collaborative Technologies Research
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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