Re: XQuery and XSLT
>>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx> writes: Andrew> Hopefully one day someone will create an XSLT processor Andrew> that operates against a native XML database, to have have Andrew> the best of both worlds. I don't understand why that is necessary. Why not just specify a URI scheme for accessing your favourite database, and write a URI resolver for it that returns events that your XSLT processor can understand (e.g. for JAXP processors such as Saxon, generate SAX events)? Then your favourite database will look like a native XML database to the XSLT processor. -- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
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