ANN: fragserver v0.001
Paul Grosso wrote: > > At 10:05 2000 08 11 -0400, Simon St.Laurent wrote: > >Did anyone ever do anything with XML Fragment Interchange: > >http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-xml-fragment > Both W3C members and the user community at large are welcome to express > their opinion on the importance (or lack thereof) of this spec. To date, > there has been several opportunities to do so, but no outpouring of > interest by either the developer or use community, so it appears that > the W3C Team's reading of the interest level is not inaccurate. Does that make this the first announcement of supporting software then? Fragserver is a Java Web Application designed for running on Apache (Tomcat, Xalan, Xerces). It gives two servlets: fragbody retrieves a branch of an XML document, as specified using an Xpath fragserver constructs a small Fragment Context Specification for the same document and Xpath For example, if I have the XML document http://www.example.com/a/b.xml and I want the fragment //c (i.e, the first c element found and its contents), then I can fetch the fragment body with http://www.example.com/fragserver/servlet/fragbody/a/b/xml?xpath=//c and the fcs with http://www.example.com/fragserver/servlet/fragserver/a/b/xml?xpath=//c Download from http://gate.sinica.edu.tw/~ricko/src/fragserver.war This is a .war file: you can use jar to unbundle it. Source code and installation instructions provided. I probably do not have time to maintain this, it is better to get it out: anyone who wants to take it off my hands is more than welcome to do so. People could use it, for example, to build a download-on-demand DOM system (lazy fetching over the WWW!) The fragbody servlet could easily be converted into an XPointer server, too. Rick Jelliffe
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