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  1. #31
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    Originally posted by Charles

    http://xml.apache.org/xalan-j/
    Holly cripes Charles...I was getting worried here, that how come you have not mentioned the most powerfull of all parsers(my opinion ) so far...
    But thanks..now I can go and have a good night sleep.
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    PHP comes with an XSLT module but it needs to be installed when the Apache PHP program is set up. It also has an XML parser. So this language is superb for XML.

    Now Charles, you must tell us what an "Autumn Brilliance Downy Serviceberry" is!

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    Originally posted by Hester
    [Y]ou must tell us what an "Autumn Brilliance Downy Serviceberry" is!
    Have you not heard of search engines?

    http://www.hcs.ohio-state.edu/plantl...elanchier.html
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    PHP has an XML/XSLT parser and I think I read about one for ASP as well.

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    I know htere were parsers for ...Java C/C++ at least 3 years back(XALAN for java)...
    I know I have written code in IE to external XSL and the most famous XML rendering IN IE for which NS had to write their parser so that they can display XML just as in IE..thats all done via XSL parser....I don't think there is any major language for which there is not a XML/XSL parser available...
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    A parser is just one part of an XSLT processor. (Saxon uses the Aelfred parser.) You can transform XML with any language, if you have a parser, but you will not be using XSLT.
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    Boy, do I get the point now! All right, so off I go to parse XML via an XSLT processor... And later shall I go through figuring out how to get my server to support Java. (I don't know if that one is possible, until I get a new server.)

    I'm also going to use PHP to process XML documents, just for a learning experience.

    Thanks for the help,

    Jona

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    Use apache webserver it has supportr for php...and you can make tomcat work with apache as well and tomcat is java enabeld web server
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    Yes, I always go with Apache.

    Jona

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