Re: Update Available for Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0
An interesting development. It was only recently and after quite some effort that I found out (with the help of this list) that Intel was working on an XSLT 2.0 processor. What is the compliance level you are after? Is it supposed to become an SA processor, or do you plan to stick with Basic conformance yet? Do you have some kind of timeline available?
And, most important of all: do you plan on keeping it generally (free / paid) available to the public, or will it be locked in SOA Expressway after the beta is over? If you choose to have it generally available, will it receive a programmable interface (other than commandline)?
I'd love to try it out and report bugs, request features etc, but I'd be even more inclined to do so if it remains available as stand-alone processor.
Davoli, Russell J wrote:
I am pleased to announce that an update to the Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 Processor is available for download from whatif.intel.com, the Intel experimental software site. This XSLT processor is a beta release of the processor built into Intel SOA Expressway (http://www.intel.com/software/soae/), a software-appliance designed to simplify, accelerate, and secure the Enterprise SOA architecture. For more on SOA appliance use models, visit www.comparedatapower.com
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