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Subject: Re: XML->XSL->HTML, um... servlet?
From: Mark Birbeck <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 12 Mar 1999 19:52:13 -0000
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> [John E. Simpson]
> > So I was wondering: Is there a generally-(freely-)available, well,
> > *thing* that I can install on my website that would serve up these
> > documents on the fly, presenting them to browsers as HTML? I'm
> > thinking of a CGI Perl/Python script or, maybe, a servlet? Can XT
> > itself be used for this purpose? I'm kind of shooting blind here
> > because I don't know enough about Java (especially about configuring
> > apps on the server) to even know if "servelet" is the right term,
> > but you probably get the idea.

You can install the IE5 'thing' that you are already using onto an NT
server.

Mark

Mark Birbeck
Managing Director
Intra Extra Digital Ltd.
39 Whitfield Street
London
W1P 5RE
w: http://www.iedigital.net/
t: 0171 681 4135
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