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Re: an elements schema context via xslt

Subject: Re: an elements schema context via xslt
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 14:48:43 -0400
jan limpens consultant
Jan,

At 02:41 PM 6/30/2005, you wrote:
So you'd use oop to create a XmlSchemaDocument and lots of other
classes (like SchemaElement, SchemaElementCollection and so forth) to
get there (if you had to implement an intellisensing xml editor of
sorts)?

If I had to implement an intellisensing XML editor of sorts (if I couldn't find what I needed off the shelf) ... I'd go head hunting. I'm not qualified for the job (but I know people who are).


OOP is fine, and so far as I know it's still the state of the art for developing applications with as much user interactivity as an editor. XSLT was never designed for that kind of thing -- the fact that we think about it at all is, I think, a testament to its power and versatility.

Sorry not to be more help --
Wendell


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