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From Clay Leeds <cle...@medata.com>
Subject Re: Newbie Help
Date Thu, 23 Sep 2004 18:31:46 GMT

Sending an e-mail to general@apache.org is probably not a good idea, as 
it is a list set up for Apache committers and members to discuss apache 
foundation and issues related to Apache Software Foundation 
sub-projects. I've found the information in these links to be 
invaluable[0] & [1] (please do not take offense at the title! ;-)).

Now on to your issue, I suspect you need to get up to speed on Apache's 
HTTPD[2]. It may also help you to read the FileMaker help 
information[3], as well as Apple's Mac OS X Server - Web Services 

Hope this helps! Cheers!

Web Maestro Clay

p.s. Please do not respond directly to me. If you must, send a response 
to <clay@apache.org>. Thanks!

[0] FOP Mailing List info

[1] How To Ask Questions The Smart Way




On Sep 23, 2004, at 11:00 AM, Keith Andrew Kurzendoerfer wrote:
> Hi:
> I'm new to both XML and XML web hosting and need a lot of help.  
> Simply put, I'm trying to install a database server (Filemaker 7 
> Server Advanced) that requires xml and xslt stylesheets as a means to 
> interact with the databases over the web.
> Unfortuanetly, Our web server (OS X Server 10.3.5) is not processing 
> the xml code.  It's just sending the code straight to the browser.  
> For example, see
> I've been reading various sources including apache.org and 
> xml.apache.org, but I'm having trouble understanding what I need.  
> I've tried installing cocoon, xerces, and axkit, but these are either 
> not the correct applications, or the learning curve is to great for me 
> to implement them correctly.
> Can anyone here offer me any assistance?
> I really appreciate the help!
> Thanks!
> Keith

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