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From "Silvester van der Bijl" <silves...@gnu.kicks-ass.org>
Subject RE: XLink
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2003 14:01:10 GMT

think I'll go that way then. Although this probably is going to be very
resource intensive...


<citaat van="SGR_Roopesh_R_Kumar">
> I don't think Xindice supports xlink. And your idea of attaching the
> query to retrieve the child document, would be equivalent to using
> xlink. I suppose this would be the only alternative solution as Xindice
> neither supports xlink or xpointer.
> Roopesh
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Silvester van der Bijl [mailto:silvester@gnu.kicks-ass.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 11:46 AM
> To: xindice-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: XLink
> Hi there,
> I'm currently working on a school project. The goal of the project is to
> provide a system in which all kinds of objects can be stored. What I
> mean by this, is that we don't know in advance which objects get stored
> or, how to display them.
> The idea is, that the "administrator" can create a new collection and
> specify which stylesheets should be used for formatting, etc..
> Now, in some cases it would occur that data is dependant on some kind of
> parent object, e.g. a student and it's results. What I want to know if
> it's possible to reference xml documents outside the current collection
> and let Xindice automagically insert the referenced xml document....
> E.g. if I request a student, I automatically also get the student's
> data. I;ve read about xlink, but I could not tell if Xindice supports
> this ? My other suggestion was storing default xpath queries for
> objects, in order to find related documents.
> Any comments ?
> Thx.
> Silvester

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