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Subject: Web publishing using XML+XSL w/ procedure calls
From: "Semih Hazar" <semih.hazar@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 19:27:34 +0200
semih hazar

I want to use an XML file like below to publish pages on internet:

    <link url="aaaa">....</link>
   <section name="ssss">
    adadadasd <link url="ssss">...</link>
 <footer>Number of visitors: <myproc lib="mylib" proc="counter"/></footer>

I want to first parse the xml w/ an XML parser and for each function call
(<myproc... />) call the appropriate function and replace that with the
result. Then transform the resulting XML with the XSL file.

Is there a publishing framework realizing this? I have seen Apache Cocoon
( their XSP). Are there any other things ?

Thank you

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