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From bharadwaj <bharadwaj2...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Choosing between Mapping Options
Date Thu, 22 Jan 2015 14:20:29 GMT
Camel - provides users java code free environment , it has various components
to fulfill users requirement.

The best way is to use XQuey?XSLT to form INBOUND / OUTBOUND messages.

While XQuery can be used for simple transformations, it lacks the power and
sofistication of XSLT (especially templates and the <xsl:apply-templates>
instruction).

XSLT is a language that was especially designed to process tree structures.
It is still best at doing this.

In cases when accessing an XML database it would be a good decision to use
(the efficiency of) XQuery to extract the necessary XML nodes and then do
the transformation with XSLT from here on. Some XSLT 2.x / XQuery processors
do allow this (via extensions) even now. The next wave of XSLT 2.x/XQuery
1.x specifications will most probably make such interoperability an official
feature of these languages.




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