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Jack TanSubject: XQUERY-based app usage
Author: Jack Tan
Date: 18 Apr 2006 04:00 PM
I have a small application I developed using Stylus Studio.

It uses local files so I am assuming that I do not need a $1000 stylus adapters to resolve url.

Now, I want to share it with my vendors. To do this, I generated Java code and run it.

Do I have to share with everyone XQUERY files? or I can compress them and store them somewhere?

Any suggestions how should I pack/compress it? jar? zip (for files)?

Best regards,


Minollo I.Subject: XQUERY-based app usage
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 18 Apr 2006 05:27 PM
It really depends on your application; you might decide to make the XQuery files available through an http connection; or you may want to store them as resources into your jar files; or you may want to encode them using your own algorithm and decode them when you run them...

Ivan PedruzziSubject: XQUERY-based app usage
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 18 Apr 2006 05:57 PM

To load a file from a JAR see getResourceAsStream



Ivan Pedruzzi
Stylus Studio Team

Jack TanSubject: XQUERY-based app usage
Author: Jack Tan
Date: 19 Apr 2006 01:18 AM
Minollo and Ivan

Thanks for the reply.

It seems that both did not commented my not so subtle remarks on $adapters ;-)

I was considering placing files in the jar and encoding them.



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