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Anonymous

Hello,

I am looking to develop a proof of concept XML editor which will store
XML documents from the desktop to an XML database using a
servlet-centric J2EE environment.

I was wondering if JDNC would be suitable for this task?

I would be using the following software:

eXist XML database (www.exist-db.org)
Subversion repository pure java library
Java Servlets (to receive the authored XML)
Relax NG schema

Any pointers/feedback appreciated!

Cheerio,
Nic.

Nic Hemley

Lothian NHS Webmaster & Developer

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Patrick Wright

Nicholas

One question--will the XML be edited as a text document, or as a tree,
or in forms associated with tree nodes? Those are the three forms that
I've seen most often.

Just wondering what you are hoping JDNC to help you with.

Regards
Patrick

Nicholas Hemley wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am looking to develop a proof of concept XML editor which will store
> XML documents from the desktop to an XML database using a
> servlet-centric J2EE environment.
>
> I was wondering if JDNC would be suitable for this task?
>
> I would be using the following software:
>
> eXist XML database (www.exist-db.org)
> Subversion repository pure java library
> Java Servlets (to receive the authored XML)
> Relax NG schema
>
> Any pointers/feedback appreciated!
>
> Cheerio,
> Nic.
>
>
> Nic Hemley
>
> Lothian NHS Webmaster & Developer
>
> internal: 89240
> external: 0131 536 9240
> int'l: +00 44 131 536 9240
> web: www.nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk
>
>
> **********************************************************************
> The information contained in this message may be confidential or legally privileged and is intended for the addressee only, If you have received this message in error or there are any problems please notify the originator immediately. The unauthorised use, disclosure, copying or alteration of this message is strictly forbidden.
> **********************************************************************
>
>
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