Lists Home |
Date Index |
On 2/24/06, Anthony Ettinger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 2/24/06, Peter Hunsberger <email@example.com> wrote:
> Is there any good references you can point me to for building an xml
> web architecture?
> I would need a way to handle business logic and dynamic data, I assume
> applying an xsl to an xml tree would work for populating the
> templates...but what do you recommend creating the content?
I learned the hard way over the last 10 years, so I personally can't
really point you at a single good reference. Really, that could be
sort of dangerous, so much depends on what the business requirements
are. The architecture for a site that has to do customized
presentation for millions of users is probably very different than one
that has to serve up similar content to many different device types in
a corporate setting for 1000's of users.
Perhaps if you can tell us the general requirements someone may have
specific recommendations for meeting them. Is this intranet,
internet, extranet? What kind of data volumes? What kind of back-end
interfaces? What kind of user population? Any built in hardware or
software assumptions (eg. Oracle, MS, Linux, Sun, SAS or whatever)?
How much customization? How many pages?