RE: server side tools...
> From: "Pete Beazley" <pete@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > Shalperin [shalperin@xxxxxxxxxxxx] > > Thanks for the information, however we need to support both IIS > > and NS servers. > > In fact, we have to support NT and Unix from DB to browser, plus > > multiple DBs. > > Two thoughts on supporting both NT and Unix: > > 1. Consider PHP for server-side scripting on Unix, which is > similar to ASP > on NT. See http://www.php.net/ for general PHP information and > http://www.php.net/manual/ref.xml.php3 for XML support in PHP. Again, thanks. I was hoping not to have to write dual implementations beyond a server API layer, but I might have to - or not use XSL at this time :( and wait for more tools to be written (no time to do this ourselves - hint, hint, we're willing to pay...). > > 2. Consider a distributed app, using Active Server Pages on > the NT server as > a remote XML module of sorts. <snip for brevity> A good idea, unfortunately our x-plat support is based on our clients' configuration (they will maintain the servers), so we can't rely on them using NT. We're just slicing ourselves open on this bleeding edge. ;) -s XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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