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From Jeremy Quinn <jer...@media.demon.co.uk>
Subject Re: data goes in, data goes out
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2001 11:21:11 GMT
At 11:55 am -0500 29/11/01, Craeg K. Strong wrote:
>Jeremy Quinn wrote:

<snip/>

>>Incedentally, I spent some time yesterday trying to work out if standard
>>XUpdate transformation could be handled by an XSLT Stylesheet rather than
>>written in Java. I suspect it would be extremely difficult, if not
>>impossible. XSLT is not good at selecting, using dynamic XPaths (am I
>>right?).
>>
>Many XSLT processors have implemented evaluate()  Here is the doc:


Thanks Craeg.


I knew about this, but thought it could be construed as bad practice (slow,
non-standard).

Is this so?

regards Jeremy



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