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- From: Rick JELLIFFE <email@example.com>
- To: XML-Dev Mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2000 07:30:45 +0800
Paul Grosso wrote:
> At 10:05 2000 08 11 -0400, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> >Did anyone ever do anything with XML Fragment Interchange:
> Both W3C members and the user community at large are welcome to express
> their opinion on the importance (or lack thereof) of this spec. To date,
> there has been several opportunities to do so, but no outpouring of
> interest by either the developer or use community, so it appears that
> the W3C Team's reading of the interest level is not inaccurate.
Does that make this the first announcement of supporting software then?
Fragserver is a Java Web Application designed for running on Apache
Xalan, Xerces). It gives two servlets:
fragbody retrieves a branch of an XML document, as specified using an
fragserver constructs a small Fragment Context Specification for the
same document and Xpath
For example, if I have the XML document http://www.example.com/a/b.xml
and I want the fragment //c (i.e, the first c element found and its
contents), then I can fetch the fragment body with
and the fcs with
This is a .war file: you can use jar to unbundle it. Source code and
I probably do not have time to maintain this, it is better to get it
anyone who wants to take it off my hands is more than welcome to do so.
People could use it, for example, to build a download-on-demand DOM
system (lazy fetching over the WWW!) The fragbody servlet could easily
be converted into
an XPointer server, too.