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Re: XML Integration
- From: Anatole Tartakovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Jcean@cisglobal.com, email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 00:17:01 -0500
Switching to XML is usually a process that eventually replaces other types
of client-to-server communications. Main question is to decide if you want
to use servlets or RPCs.
In our cases we made choice in favor of servlets/JSP/ASP as a gradual
architectural transition path.
However, you should be aware that in
browser-based applications through the lifespan of the project we had to use
3 interfaces - http form request in the beginning, XML in hidden form field
for navigation as intermediate step and pure XML requests in flexible JSP or
ASP frameworks. As a result, we end up using "helper" class that provides us
with with data access to submitted information but hides the fact of the way
information was "transported" and parsed by server. Any parser should
flexibility for simple protocols - we used MSXML and Xerces/Xalan in our
For pure HttpRequests IE offers HttpRequest object. Netscape has couple of
that have identical API - your code should be quite close for both browsers.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Cummings" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <Jcean@cisglobal.com>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 12:27 PM
Subject: Re: XML Integration
Perhaps XML-RPC? www.xmlrpc.com
>>> Jon Ceanfaglione <Jcean@cisglobal.com> 01/29 11:13 AM >>>
I'm getting ready to begin an integration project using HTTP to transmit and
receive XML formatted data. What I'm interested in is getting some
suggestions about how you might go around transmittng and receiving the XML.
I have my own ideas, like doing a read on the entire HTTP stream and looking
for the beginning xml tag and the ending xml tag and then load it into a
DOM. What are some other ideas out there?
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