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  • From: Niclas Olofsson <gurun@acc.umu.se>
  • To: "xml-dev@xml.org" <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 03:43:21 +0200


I need to chop parts of dynamicaly created xml data into smaller chunks
and link them together. I tried it with XSLT, but this occours to me is
as non-trivial, at least not with my non-expert XSLT knowledge. Then I
found this (for me) perfect proposal for a new language, XML Document
Navigation Language (XDNL), http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/NOTE-xdnl-20000323 
XDNL describes pretty much exactly what I want to do. In this document
there is an example (figure 1) where XDNL is applied before XSLT. I
would use it after, other than that it's perfect.

Is there a sample implementations of a XDNL processor anywhere?
Is it possible to use XSLT to create an application like XDNL?


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