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I do not think Saxon is what I am looking for. What I want is I give a
xpath expression/xquery etc, and some one gives it sax events. I want the
query processor to operate on this stream of sax events from this point
on, and give me values that satisfy the path expression/query.
I think saxon does not really support this scenario:
it says it can rebuild trees etc, which is not really possible in my
scenario.. think of it more like your data is continuously streaming in,
and is "infinitely" large..
On Wed, 19 Nov 2003, Bob Wyman wrote:
> Murali Mani wrote:
> > Is there any XQuery/XPath implementation
> > that is based on SAX parser?
> See Saxon at http://saxon.sourceforge.net/
> "The latest version is version 7.8. This includes support for XQuery
> 1.0 as well as XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0. Version 7.8 updates the product
> to align it with the 12 November 2003 working drafts"
> > Is there one for XSLT??
> Once again, see SAXON.
> bob wyman