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From Olle Olsson <ol...@sics.se>
Subject Interoperability XIndice 1.0 and XIndice 1.1 ?
Date Tue, 15 Mar 2005 18:05:21 GMT
What about using a client on top of Xindice 1.1 to access (remotely) a 
stand-alone Xindice 1.0 server?
I have tried that but it does not work.

With an Xindice 1.1 client:
     bash-2.05b$ ./bin/xindice.sh lc -c 
xmldb:xindice://a.machine.somewhere:4080/db/
I get
     XMLDB Exception 0: Cannot communicate with the server: 
http://a.machine.somewhere:4080/xindice/
but with an Xindice 1.0 client:
     bash-2.05b$ ./bin/xindice.sh lc -c 
xmldb:xindice://a.machine.somewhere:4080/db/
I get real stuff back (which is obvious ;-) )

Question:
  Is it impossible to make old and new Xindice co-exist peacefully at 
armslength distance?
I thought the process2process protocol in use was 
implementation-independent.

/olle

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