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- Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Oracle table to PDF using XML
- From: Jason Aaron Osgood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 05:55:49 -0700 (PDT)
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Hi Stefan Tilkov-
> When used in a J2EE environment, can it obtain the JDBC
> connection via a javax.sql.DataSource to use the app
> servers connection pooling features?
No problem. I started with Xalan's SQL extension. I needed to call
stored procedures, so modified the extension. Decided the stock SQL
extensions were massively overwraught. Started over. Ended up with a
very simple extension for just the few JDBC calls I use. Essentially
just convenience wrappers for JDBC. Then moved over to Saxon-8.
The XSL extension mechanicism is really, really cool. Simple and to
the point. I was very impressed.
Cheers, Jason Aaron Osgood / Seattle WA