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DOM scripting with server-side xquery

William Candillon wcandillon at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 19:00:08 PST 2010

  DOM scripting with server-side xquery
Hello Gary,

If you are looking to runs XQuery code on the server, you might want
to take a look at Sausalito: http://sausalito.28msec.com.
You'll find an introductionary screencast at http://www.28msec.com.

Best regards,


On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 6:51 PM, Daniela Florescu <http://x-query.com/mailman/listinfo/talk> wrote:
> Gary,
> XQIB (www.xqib.org) will have soon a release that runs XQuery scripts on all
> browsers
> (not only Windows).
> Hope that helps,
> Dana
> On Feb 11, 2010, at 6:31 AM, Gary Lewis wrote:
> This is a naive question but one I've not been able to answer on my own
> (too many gaps in what I don't know about web technologies).
> Is it possible to do DOM scripting with xquery from the server with no,
> or only minimal pass-thru, involvement of Javascript on the client? If
> so, could you point me to an example?
> I'm aware of the xqib plugin for IE and Firefox on Windows. That's a
> step forward. But I'd like to use xquery across the major platforms and
> browsers. So that seems to imply xquery would need to run on the server
> rather than in the browser.
> As always, thanks.
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