Dynamic XML

Kieran O'Shea ksh at dretec.com
Thu Sep 30 18:46:10 BST 1999

"Speaking of which, is there a way to do this "

	Yes but I am not very familiar with it.

	XSL provides a 'script' element to embed script code into the XML
	document as it's being read in by the XSL process.
	Any book or documentation on XSL & IE5 should provide this.

	IE5 alone will provide a DOM for the XML document. There should
	be parsers out there which provide  a C++ interface.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	GW [SMTP:gregg at informalsoftware.com]
> Sent:	Thursday, September 30, 1999 11:40 AM
> To:	xml-dev at ic.ac.uk
> Subject:	RE: Dynamic XML
> Speaking of which, is there a way to do this or access the DOM via C++ in IE?
> Or just script?
> At 03:27 PM 9/30/99 +0100, you wrote: 
> 	Dosn't XSL for IE5 hace a script tag to allow for embedding of scripts on to an 
> 	XML page ? 
> 	Surly this is the best support for Dynamic XML ? 
> 	-----Original Message----- 
> 	From:  Heikki Toivonen [SMTP:heikki at citec.fi] 
> 	Sent:  Thursday, September 30, 1999 10:04 AM 
> 	To:    xml-dev 
> 	Subject:       RE: Dynamic XML 
> 	> I've started looking at dynamic XML-Pages, and the two "languages" I've 
> 	> seen so far is "XML-QL: A Query Language for XML" and "XSP: eXtensible 
> 	> Server Pages". I haven't been able to find anything else at W3C's site. 
> 	> Are there any other standards or semi-standards for dynamic XML? 
> 	What exactly do you mean by dynamic XML? 
> 	By attaching scripts to your XML you can have applications manipulating XML 
> 	content. You can use the HTML SCRIPT element from the HTML namespace (or if 
> 	you are using DocZilla a specific PI as well). See for example 
> 	<http://www.mozilla.org/newlayout/xml/> or <http://www.doczilla.com/anno.html>. 
> 	The latter example uses SGML but you could do the same with XML. There are a 
> 	lot of other examples elsewhere as well, if you would like to learn more. 
> 	-- 
> 	  Heikki Toivonen 
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