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

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  • From: Paul Grosso <pgrosso@arbortext.com>
  • To: <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Wed, 05 Apr 2000 11:46:54 -0500

Paul Grosso had written:
>>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.
>>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!”

At 10:01 2000 04 05 +0530, gopi wrote:
>are there any major improvements compared to what Xerces Java
>implementation supports (for catalogs)?

Norm's classes support both the XML Catalog format (which is, I
believe, what Xerces supports) as well as the OASIS TR9401:1997
format which has more features and has been a standard in the
SGML world since TR9401 first came out over five years ago.

See Norm's article (referenced from the above URL) for more.


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