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I'm not sure why a pipeline wouldn't modify the contents. Isn't that the
point of pipes? For example, UNIX pipes are used to pass a character
stream from program A to program B, which modifies that stream and
passes it to program C, and so on. An XML pipeline, it seems, would do
the same thing, with the data stored in a document and the programs
being XML aware.
> ok, I know nothing...
> but it doesn't sound like an xml pipeline to me..
> one would normally think that the pipes wouldn't
> be modifying the contents. You wouldn't normally
> want that in a pipeline.
> It might be a relay, or a daisy-chain, but it
> doesn't really sound like what you need is
> a pipeline...