Re: [xsl] best way to generate form from xml+schema?

Subject: Re: [xsl] best way to generate form from xml+schema?
From: "cutlass" <cutlass@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 11:37:25 +0100
last but not least is one can now use

cold fusion app server, there are now a few cold fusion tags that either
escape to using the well known processors or some custom made solutions.

chow jf
----- Original Message -----
From: "Graham Seaman" <graham@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 11:35 AM
Subject: Re: [xsl] best way to generate form from xml+schema?

> On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, cutlass wrote:
> > Hello Graham,
> >
> > so you are looking for a c++, c, perl server side open source solution.
> >
> > your best bets are
> >
> > a ) AxKit, which uses sablotron ( though dont know where axkit has gone
> > these days as i think it is being integrated with Apache possibly ), but
> > sablotron can be used
> >
> > b) Saxon comes in , an Instant form at
> >
> > c) mod_xslt is a mod extension to Apache
> >
> > all involve a learning curve, within xslt and outside ( especially
> > up mod_perl for use with mod extensions ).
> >
> > in addition u could use the Apache Xalan c++ xslt processor.
> >
> > good luck, jim fuller
> >
> I'm actually using the gnome libxml/libxslt libraries (which have been
> fine so far and quite fast; thanks Daniel!).
> I'm using the Perl XML::LibXML and XML::LibXSLT modules (from Axkit) as
> front ends, called from mod_perl. These seem ok so far.
> I've avoided using the full Axkit, partly because I want to learn how to
> do this stuff for myself, partly because I'm unsure of the current status
> of Axkit given that the website is down.
> From what I've seen so far, I'd say this combination is a good addition
> to your list above, and easy to get set up and running (on Unix, anyway).
> Debugging output is a bit limited compared with Xalan (the only other
> XML/XSL processor I've tried), and I believe libxml is slightly less
> strict than Xalan (for example, I've found differences over acceptance of
> multiple charsets in a single xml file: libxml accepts and processes this,
> xalan doesn't).
> One thing I haven't tried yet (but will soon) is using extensions: I know
> libxslt supports these, not certain about XML::LibXSLT.
> best wishes
> Graham
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