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RE: [xml-dev] Michael Kay: do everything using XML-based processing languages (XSLT and XQuery)

> ---- transitioning from the visible Web to the invisible Web ----
> ......... Normally what would happen next is the Web server 
> kicks off, say, Java code which consumes the POST data and 
> then the Java code kicks off an XSLT stylesheet, passing it 
> the POST data as parameters. But that is going from: 
>     XML to Java to XML 

It doesn't really matter too much if you have a bit of Java glue to accept
the input and fire off the transformation, so long as it doesn't try to
manipulate the data. But why use Java for this? There are plenty of
higher-level frameworks that will do the job - since you're using forms,
Orbeon does the job nicely.
> Can this be done today? If so, how?
Yes, it can all be done. I've seen it done very effectively using Orbeon,
which plays particularly well into the XForms space, but no doubt there are
other frameworks that are equally effective.

Michael Kay

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