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- From: Matthew Gertner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: XML Developers List <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 25 Nov 1999 10:25:08 +0100
A question: who out there is developing applications delivering XML from
a server platform? How are you doing it? I'm very curious to know
whether developers are favoring:
1) Template-based XML document generation a la PHP
2) Programmatic XML document generation in Java, Perl, C++ or whatever.
3) Hybrid template/programmatic servers like Enhydra/XMLC
4) Commercial XML servers focusing on e-commerce (e.g. Bluestone)
5) Proprietary database environments with XML delivery support (e.g.
6) Delivery from native XML repositories (POET CMS, Tamino, etc.)
It would be very interesting to see if a consensus is already forming
about the Right Way to build XML server apps.
Thanks in advance,
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