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From Paul Libbrecht <>
Subject Re: Strugging to grok Jelly
Date Mon, 19 Jan 2004 08:36:02 GMT

How about xml:parse ?


On 19-Jan-04, at 05:34 Uhr, Bryan Field-Elliot wrote:

> I'm just diving into Jelly from a coding standpoint...
> How exactly do I build a script, which processes input files from
> another source? A typical use case would be processing SOAP messages.
> All the Jelly sample scripts I can find, seem to combine both 
> executable
> script, and the "raw materials" to operate upon, in the same script
> file. But this doesn't seem very efficient to me from a processing
> standpoint, if I want to run one script against any sort of incoming
> SOAP message. I don't want to merge them first, then execute. Or is 
> that
> the recommended usage pattern?
> I hope this question is clear, sorry if I'm missing the obvious.
> Thanks,
> Bryan

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