Here is mostly 0 or 1 replys only. here is a snap shot. at 10/26/2001 3.50 PST. note the 0's and 1's are # of replies Topic Topic Starter Replies Last Post searching in xml raymond yadao 0 October 25, 2001 10:37 PM JAXP Problem!! George Pincharoen 0 October 25, 2001 09:44 PM XML Tena Wolver 0 October 25, 2001 12:22 PM Problems with xt and apache raul tebar 0 October 25, 2001 07:54 AM To Kelly Aus awais bajwa 1 October 25, 2001 06:19 AM ibm xml cert keeps up with curr specs? John Stingo 1 October 25, 2001 06:11 AM Happy Birthday XML Angela Poynton 1 October 25, 2001 06:03 AM Java XML Opensource Paul Puodziukas 2 October 24, 2001 12:10 PM Custom SAX Parser Brian Nice 0 October 24, 2001 07:45 AM Is there any other mailinng list/discussion board
Hi Cindy, I totally agree with you and matter of fact, i am an ardened fan of JavaRanch.. Its not only very user friendly but is very very useful and so live. But i dont see many feedbacks about the java+xml+xsl stuff. I also know that in the first place, there are not many people actually using these technologies. So its ok. Thanks, Vivek
The trick is to phrase the question in such a way that it sets up a controversy between Map and Ajith. They are constantly harrassing each other on the better approaches to implementing various aspects of those technologies. Get them interested in out-doing each other . I of course would be useless in such a conversation .
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