Rushforth, Peter wrote:
> Say I wanted to serialize a binary format from an XSLT result tree,
> how would I go about that? Would I have to implement a custom
> Could that serializer be invoked by saxon automatically by extending the
> of output@... xml, xhtml, text etc to include dbf?
> Any advice appreciated!
The DataDirect XmlConverters do something similar.
We implement custom resolvers so that you can write out
XML from XSLT or XQuery, and it is transformed on-the-fly
to several formats including CSV, EDI and even dBase.
See http://www.stylusstudio.com/deployment and the new
The converse is also true - we allow you to process dBase,
EDI, CSV and other formats with XSLT/XQuery as if they were
actually XML, by converting in-stream and on-the-fly.
The XmlConverters expose SAX and StAX interfaces on Java,
and XmlReader/XmlWriter for .net.
Tony Lavinio <> DataDirect <> Stylus Studio XML <> alavinio@...
XQuery, XSLT, XML Schema and EDI Toolset <> http://www.stylusstudio.com/
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