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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] InterShop Markup Language support for Apache
Date Thu, 18 Dec 2003 09:44:56 GMT
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arturo P []
> How do I setup and use InterShop Markup Language with Apache?

Since this is a commercial XML it presumably needs a proprietary
application to interpret it... Generally speaking, you need a JVM to run
the Java servlet that process the XML and convert it to HTML. In the
apache world, you'd do that with Tomcat (servlet engine) to run the JVM
and Cocoon (servlet) to process the XML. Apache is simply the front-end
which passes requests to Tomcat and retrieves the results to pass to the

This is why I answered "yes" to your first question. Apache can serve
any file which can be generated by another application. Your problem is
to find a back-end that can interpret ISML.

Did you buy any software from InterShop (enfinity etc.)? What do they

Owen Boyle
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