2 WAY - Programming "Glue Layer" between the database and XML and back again

John Hicks cerium at ibm.net
Thu Aug 19 01:07:58 BST 1999

Hi Jim:

You might have a look at our XMLServlet and XMLdb.

XMLServlet merges relational values into your XML and translates to HTML at
the server via XSL.  Return trip, as you surmised, posts an HTML form to
update those relational values.  Only HTML goes to and from the browser.
Would that work for you?

XMLServlet is also available as JavaBeans, if you wanted to extend that
functionality yourself.

XMLdb translates XML into corresponding relational structures.

John Hicks

Cerium Component Software
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