RE: Saxon for windows?
> For .NET on Windows, I'm using Saxon to run natively under > .NET to get early > support for XPath2, XSLT2 and XQuery1. Basically, I use a > background process > that runs in it's native environment - for Saxon, that is the > Java runtime. > The process runs in the background and I just capture its > output while being > able to do other things in my application - it's completely > independent. I'm interested to know more detail about the way you are communicating between the .NET client application and the Java server application. I've suggested in the past that people should do this by running the transformations in a web server and invoking them by means of HTTP requests, but you seem to be going for a closer coupling than this. Any chance of a more detailed write-up? Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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