More SAX Parsers and Applications?
Lars Marius Garshol
larsga at ifi.uio.no
Thu Sep 10 08:39:03 BST 1998
* Don Park
>It might be a Good Thing (tm by Tyler) to setup a SAX Service Directory
>Server. This way, any SAX client can find the latest and the greatest SAX
>parser over the Net.
* James Tauber
>This sort of thing is certainly the kind of thing I've been planning for
>xmlsoftware.com and Lars might have been thinking of it too for his site.
I didn't, but it's certainly a good idea. I will be evaluating the OMG COS
Trader service shortly, and this looks like a possible way to make a real
evaluation of it. If an ORB becomes part of JDK 1.2 we may not even need
a lightweight alternative.
BTW: David, if you have problems keeping track of which products support
SAX you can look here:
I can make an index of the products that use it as well, if you think
that will be useful. I've got the information in my XML docs, I just
don't use it yet.
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