Jef Vrijhoeven (RY/ETM | 2 Jan 10:15 2007
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apache and eclipse

Hi,
 
I wonder if there exist any eclipse plugins that implement apache projects, like resolver, xerces etc? Can you maybe give me a hint how or where I can find these?
 
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Glen Mazza | 2 Jan 12:55 2007
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Re: apache and eclipse

I'm unsure what you mean by "implement"--I think you mean "work with" 
perhaps?  I would google on Eclipse XML Plugins for Xerces and Xalan, to 
see what you can find.  Or google on Eclipse + {name of Apache project} 
+ plugins, etc., to see what you can find.

Ordinarily, people just download a specific Apache project and include 
its JAR file in their projects.  For most, an eclipse plugin in the 
middle would be an unnecessary moving part.

Glen

Jef Vrijhoeven (RY/ETM) wrote:
> Hi,
>  
> I wonder if there exist any eclipse plugins that implement apache 
> projects, like resolver, xerces etc? Can you maybe give me a hint how or 
> where I can find these?
>  
> *Jef Vrijhoeven* *Ing*
> Maintenance engineer
> VAS
> 
> *ETM*
> R&D
> Office: +31 161 24 2164
> Email: jef.vrijhoeven <at> ericsson.com
> Web: www.ericsson.com
> Office address: Ericssonstraat 2
> Postal address: P.O. box 8
>  
maskkkk | 3 Jan 19:05 2007
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Including XML from other documents?


I have a very general XML question,

Is there anyway to "include" XML from another XML Document inside the XML
document you are currently using?

(sort of the way you can include sub-configuration files in httpd.conf)

Or sorta like Copybooks in COBOL (of all things...)

Thank you,
	Andrew J. Leer
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david_marston | 3 Jan 20:32 2007
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Re: Including XML from other documents?

>Is there anyway to "include" XML from another XML Document inside the XML
document you are currently using?

If the XML parser supports the W3C XML Inclusions spec at
http://www.w3.org/TR/xinclude/
then you should use that mechanism.
.................David Marston
maskkkk | 3 Jan 20:54 2007
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Re: Including XML from other documents?


Thanks chief!

david_marston wrote:
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>>Is there anyway to "include" XML from another XML Document inside the XML
> document you are currently using?
> 
> If the XML parser supports the W3C XML Inclusions spec at
> http://www.w3.org/TR/xinclude/
> then you should use that mechanism.
> .................David Marston
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Simon Pepping | 8 Jan 21:20 2007
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Apache FOP 0.93 Released

The Apache FOP team is proud to announce the release of Apache FOP
version 0.93.

The new codebase for FOP was started several years ago in order to
achieve better compliance with the XSL-FO spec. After three alpha and
beta releases, the new codebase has now reached production
quality. Therefore we present version 0.93 as the successor of version
0.20.5, FOP's production grade version during the past years.

* FOP 0.93 contains the new API first introduced in release 0.92
  beta. The preceding API has been removed.
* FOP 0.93 again contains many bug fixes and new features. See
  below for details.

Compliance
----------

FOP 0.93 implements the XSL 1.0 and 1.1 recommendations to a high
degree of compliance. See the compliance page
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/compliance.html for a detailed
overview.

Known issues
------------

The known issues of FOP 0.93 are listed at
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/knownissues.html.

Upgrading
---------

You will experience different behaviour compared to version
0.20.5. Please consult the "Upgrading" page
(http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/stable/upgrading.html) for
details.

Major Changes in Version 0.93
-----------------------------

* Added support for the use of Open Type fonts.
* Support for the rgb-icc() function and for a proprietary cmyk()
  function (for device CMYK colors only through the PDF renderer so
  far).
* Enabled Copy/Paste from PDF content in Acrobat Reader for
  text using embedded TrueType fonts.
* Added support for PDF/A-1b and PDF/X-3:2003. (Note: this may still
  be a bit incomplete.)
* The Java2DRenderer (and therefore the print and bitmap renderers) is
  now offering the same quality as the PDF and PS renderers.
* Automatic support for all fonts available to the Java2D subsystem
  for all Java2D-descendant renderers (TIFF, PNG, print, AWT).

The long list of changes in this release is available at
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/0.93/changes_0.93.html.

The long list of changes in this and earlier releases is available at
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/changes.html.

The Apache FOP team asks you for your continued feedback on the
software.  We're also interested in success stories with the new
release. So if the latest version works fine for you, please tell us!
And if it doesn't, you may tell us as well, of course. ;-)

Release notes for older FOP versions can be found on:
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/relnotes.html

For the FOP team,
Simon Pepping
spepping <at> apache.org
Sarry | 12 Jan 22:06 2007
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APIing web App

I am trying to invoke HTTP get and post method through XML API(Basically I have to expose some of the XML APIs for some of the actions in my webapp like login thru XML or mebbe register in the site throu XML)..does anybody have any idea how to do it?

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Eduardo Martins | 28 Jan 13:18 2007
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AttValue Validation

Hi all, is there any class for validation of an AttValue String as defined in http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/#NT-AttValue ? Something similar to XML11Char?

Thanks in advance,

Eduardo
 


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