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   Re: XML Application Servers

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  • From: Mike Williams <mikew@o3.co.uk>
  • To: martind@netfolder.com
  • Date: 27 Nov 1999 09:40:58 +0000

  Didier> We are building something similar to this. However, the XML
  Didier> server checks the client's version and if the server detect that
  Didier> it is an XML server it sends the XML+XSL or XML+CSS to the
  Didier> client. Otherwise the XML document is transformed server side. 


  Didier> We also use XML themplates that we call XSP documents.

Any relation to Cocoon's proposed XML Server Pages?  Do your XSP documents
contain any logic, or just layout?  What kind of templating tags (or other
syntax) do you support?

Mike Williams

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