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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Anyone using XMLForm?
Date Wed, 03 May 2000 22:07:18 GMT
Mark Nickel wrote:
> Donald,
> > No, no, it's actually version 0.19.3d01. Apparantly the API has changed
> > somewhat between that and Xalan-1.0.1. I'll go back and revisit XMLForm to
> > patch this if y'all are interested. To date, I'm the only user I'm aware
> > of so I've been very easy to please.
> It would be nice if you could go back and revisit this because I'm really
> learning a lot from looking at your code.  I don't know to much about the XPath
> stuff and you've got a nice straightforward example of how it can be used.  Plus
> it's a tidy list framework for allowing various users to update XML documents w/o
> having to code a form to a database...
> I mean, you've got a lot of stuff going on: a Java servlet, Cocoon, XSP, writing
> out a DOM/SAX to disk as an XML file (I'm sure this could be done with Castor as
> well), and Xalan.   IMHO a great learning tool.
> <snippet source="XMLForm Readme">
> This project was inspired by Matt Sergeant's CGI::XMLForm perl module.
> This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation
> ( They rule.
> This product includes software developed by Exolab.
> ( They also rule.
> XMLForm itself was written by Donald A. Ball Jr. <>.
> He wishes to rule.
> </snippet>
> You rule!  :)


BTW, I'm all ears if you guys propose to integrate XMLForm into Cocoon,
even if just an example... the more code we have the better, isn't it?

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