Using XML/XSL to access archived data
My apologies, up front, if this seems somewhat off-topic. I have seem some threads in the list recently where people were attempting to put together a prototype of systems that allow archived data, put into XML, to be accessed in a browser using XSL as the transformation. This is a great idea, and I am trying to gather information on what this might involve. However, my company would much prefer to buy a solution rather than develop one. Does anyone interested in this application of XSL know of a vendor or product that might fit this bill? Or is potentially even looking at providing this type of feature? I'm already familiar with the 'document management' vendors such as Texcel or Chrystal and have some information on the OO Databases, such as ObjectStore or Poet's products. I guess I'm just hoping that some other vendors or consultants have also seen this as a potential area of revenue. Thanks, Sara Mitchell XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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