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RE: XPath/XSLT 2.0 concerns


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They must not be stomping it out of their own working teams.

http://www.universalthread.com/conferences/DevCon/2002/

"XMLAdapter, XMLTable, XMLField Classes and Other XML Enhancements 

Visual FoxPro adds the XMLAdapter, XMLTable, and XMLField classes to enhance compatibility with Visual Studio .NET DataSets and DiffGrams and support hierarchically formatted XML for the following: 

XML files that have a schema, either inline or external, associated with them Schemas as implemented in .NET Framework DataSets Microsoft XML Data Reduced Schema (XDR) as used by Microsoft SQL-XML ADO Recordset schemas that are produced when an ADO recordset is saved as XML to a file or stream "

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From: Mike Champion [mailto:mc@x...]

We assumed at the time that the "other" would be XDR, 
but Microsoft seems to have been pretty diligent
at stomping that out of the world's collective mindshare. 

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