Didier PH Martin wrote: > Hi > > > > Does anyone built or is using a server able to partition the XSLT > transformation process either on the server side or on the client side. > In other words, if the client support XSLT, then the server sends the > XML document with the stylesheet link included in the document (the > client performs the transformation). Otherwise, if the client does not > support XSLT, the transformation occurs on the server side (the server > performs the transformation). Cocoon (http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/) is be able to do so using its BrowserSelector (http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/userdocs/selectors/selectors.html) or using DELI (CC/PP - http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/developing/deliquick.html). If you want an example sitemap configuration for this, please ask. > Other question. Does anyone have build or is using an XSLT engine able > to stand as a reverse proxy. Is this reverse proxy having the > capabilities mentioned above. Reverse-proxying what? I don't understand your question, please give an example. > Note: This is not a marketing survey, I am writing a text about the > current state of the art in the XML world. I mean the real world not the > political or the philosophical world but a world with a the day to day > usage of XML. So I need to know what is _/really/_ being used in the field. Cocoon websites: http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/link/livesites.html and also parts of salon.com, nasa.gov - the users' mailing list sometimes reads like a Fortune 500 directory ;-) HTH, </Steven> -- Steven Noels http://outerthought.org/ Outerthought - Open Source, Java & XML Competence Support Center stevenn@o... stevenn@a...
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