Subject: Re: [xsl] RE:|
From: "frank Stein" <freeposte@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 07:52:40
From: "Kevin Duffey" <kevin.duffey@xxxxxxxx> Reply-To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [xsl] RE: Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 11:16:12 -0800
While I have never done this, you can do this via the server. Its slower
Each time they click on a node, it expands that node (if it has children) or
whatever. Each click would send a request to the server. It may even be
faster using an applet with AWT (or SWING if you are using NS 6 or MSIE 5.5
(I think MSIE 5.5 has Java 2 support)) and have the applet communicate
behind the scenes via RMI or something to the server to update its view.
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> We are attempting to create an Explorer-like view expanding/contracting
> folders) with XML and XSL. Is there any way to do this without
> using any CGI
> Has anyone else tried anything like this? Successful? If not, did you
> learn anything new from it that you could share?
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