Subject:Support Author:Tony Lavinio Date:21 Mar 2005 11:07 AM
> 1: Does your product support generating XSL output for XML ADO formed such as:...?
Any XSLT processor can generate output from any XML input, whether it comes
from XML ADO or any other source. You might even be able to get the XML
directly from your database using SQL/XML, and not have to have a separate step
to get the XML as a file prior to running the XSLT.
> 2: From the XML above will I be able to generate a XSL file to output HTML, CSV, Excel, etc...? What is the limits?
Any XSLT processor can generate HTML or CSV. Excel can read XML or CSV.
We also include special adapters which will help you to write other formats,
such as SYLK or DIF, which are readable by Excel. Our unique adapter
archicture even allows you to write your own adapters for new file formats;
> I would like to create a report that will contain more than a table in different queries.
You haven't given us enough information to know what you want here.
XSLT and especially XQuery are excellent at aggregating information
from more than one source.
> Anyway do you guys support programming language such as .NET C#?
Our adapter architecture supports Java, but we allow you to call not
just our own XSLT engine, but several others as well, including
System.XML from .Net, which supports calling C#