Hi Steve,

Saxon on .NET is now a wholly owned project of Saxonica, Ltd.  In other words, Saxon for the .NET platform has gone home where it belongs :D

If you would please visit https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/saxon-help and subscribe to this list, I would be happy to get involved with the conversation on that side of the fence.  In short, I have quite a bit of code that will help you get started, which will make life quite a bit easier in regards to getting started with Saxon on .NET using ASP.NET.

I'll keep an eye out for your email to the Saxon help list (it wouldn't help much if I respond and your not subscribed yet. :))

On 7/25/06, Steve <subsume@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm attemting to guage the effort it would take to get Saxon running
on Server 2003.

Right now I'm using ASP.

Can anyone confirm the following assumptions:

-I will need to move from ASP to .NET to use the DLLs included with this package
-The DLLs can't be used at all without the help of Visual Studio
-Once this is done, I will need to use Visual Studio indefinitely
-If I do all of this, all of my other XSLs should translate over from
MSXML nicely (with some reworking)

Thanks,

-Steve

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