RE: XQuery and XSLT
You cannot easily detect that just from these examples. I do see references to com.xhive.dom.*. Ideally the X-Hive DOM is a specialization of the W3C DOM. Besides, the way access is provided to the actual document is purely technical. It should not matter to you whether the DOM you get actually resides in memory (completely) or on disk instead, other than for technical reasons, like performance etc. I am not an X-Hive expert though. I recommend asking them more details themselves. I have looked, but didn't find a mailinglist, so you will have to use the support mailaddress you can find at http://support.x-hive.com/user/index.html. I have met these people myself and have colleagues that have used this database in combination with XSL technology. We were impressed by it. Why not download a free trial and experiment a bit? ;-) > I looked there and: > http://support.x-hive.com/kb/index.html > which does talk about XSL, but it does not look like they use > an optimized DOM in the examples. Drs. G.P.H. Josten Consultant Daidalos BV Source of Innovation Hoekeindsehof 1-4 2665 JZ Bleiswijk Tel.: +31 (0) 10 850 1200 Fax: +31 (0) 10 850 1199 www.daidalos.nl KvK 27164984 De informatie - verzonden in of met dit emailbericht - is afkomstig van Daidalos BV en is uitsluitend bestemd voor de geadresseerde. Indien u dit bericht onbedoeld hebt ontvangen, verzoeken wij u het te verwijderen. Aan dit bericht kunnen geen rechten worden ontleend.
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