My predictions for XML: the Future of XML 1) XHTML in 2 years will fully replace HTML 4.0 2) XHTML for IE and Netscape in the future will be 95% compatible. 3) Other XML languages ( schema, dtds's etc...) will about 70-80% compatible with IE vs Netscape. 4) Parsers written in different programming langs. will not "parse" and be 100% pure xml. 5) Java will be the number 1 lang. for working with XML second will be perl or php. 6) C# will take years to replace VB but I is 6 years late to market vs Java thus will never replace java or C/C++. 7) Python will replace Eiffel/Smalltalk/Objective C 8) Perl will still be number 1 for CGI , but php will be a very close second. 9)Java will have a legal doc. similar to GPL. It is already written and called SIZZLE. 10) Linux/apache on the server side will be number 1 when writing XML on the back end.
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XSLTProcessor processor = XSLTProcessorFactory.getProcessor(); processor.process(new XSLTInputSource(new FileInputStream(xmlPath)),new XSLTInputSource(new FileInputStream(xslPath)), new XSLTResultTarget(res.getWriter())); thats all why writing 80 % w3c Conform Xsl Stylesheets just for that reason that it runs with Msxml Parser, and then writing the same stylesheet for Netscape(Netscapt still has no Xml Support or am i wrong ?) ?
Holger, Could you please tell me what version of Xalan you are using? I have searched the API docs and can not find XSLTProcessor, XSLTInputSource, or XSLTResultTarget. I'm having a devil of a time trying to use a servlet to do exactly what you described. Your help (or anyone's) would be greatly appreciated.
posted 19 years ago
www.netscape.net version 6.01 has xml support but I do not know "how much " Also, I should have been specific in that XHTML is a lang. of XML , thus for browsers I fear that XHTML support will be divided like DHTML and Ecmascript vs Jscript (MS). Also because anyone under the sun can write an XML parser (Non-validating or Validating), their is no organization that forces XML and its parsers to be 100% standard. Thus one can conclude that someone (I wonder who?) will take advantage of that fact ! The w3c is not legally aka via lawsuits, enforcing ECMA script or DHTML.