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- From: "Heikki Toivonen" <email@example.com>
- To: "xml-dev" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 17:04:00 +0300
> I've started looking at dynamic XML-Pages, and the two "languages" I've
> seen so far is "XML-QL: A Query Language for XML" and "XSP: eXtensible
> Server Pages". I haven't been able to find anything else at W3C's site.
> Are there any other standards or semi-standards for dynamic XML?
What exactly do you mean by dynamic XML?
By attaching scripts to your XML you can have applications manipulating XML
content. You can use the HTML SCRIPT element from the HTML namespace (or if
you are using DocZilla a specific PI as well). See for example
http://www.mozilla.org/newlayout/xml/ or http://www.doczilla.com/anno.html.
The latter example uses SGML but you could do the same with XML. There are a
lot of other examples elsewhere as well, if you would like to learn more.
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