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   RE: Arbortext makes Java catalog classes available for use by XML proces

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  • From: "gopi" <gopi@aztecsoft.com>
  • To: "Paul Grosso" <pgrosso@arbortext.com>, <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 10:01:29 +0530

	Hi, are there any major improvements compared to what Xerces Java
implementation supports (for catalogs )?
	FYI : Xerces Java 1.0.3 does not have these catalog support classes.  But
latest development has added catalog support taking the spec from URL
http://www.ccil.org/~cowan/XML/XCatalog.html .
	Latest Xerces (includes C, Java, Perl ) source code (updated atleast 3
times in a day!!!) is available at
http://xml.apache.org/from-cvs/xml-xerces/ .
These classes are available in package org.apache.xerces.readers .


Arbortext makes Java catalog classes available for use by XML processors

Open source code enables XML processors to resolve public identifiers

These Java classes implement the OASIS Entity Management Catalog format as
well as an XML Catalog format for resolving XML public identifiers into
accessible files or resources on a user’s system or throughout the Web.
These classes can easily be incorporated into most Java-based XML
processors, thereby giving the users of these processors all the benefits
of public identifier use.

As XML processors incorporate this code, users will be able to utilize
public identifiers in XML documents with the confidence that they will be
able to move those documents from one system to another and around the Web
knowing that they will also be able to refer to the appropriate external
file or Web page.


Available to everyone at no cost, these Java classes can be immediately
downloaded from http://www.arbortext.com/catalog.html .  Also available at
this location are sample files and a link to the latest “Standard Deviations
from Norm” column entitled “If You Can Name It, You Can Claim It!”

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