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From jbi joe <...@daggerpoint.net>
Subject Re: Problem with XML Manipulation
Date Tue, 16 Oct 2007 18:51:06 GMT

Where can I go to see some examples.
Everything is UNIX on the systems Im working
on so I need a solution that wont lock me
to platform, no windoz products.
Thus far I have been using XSL and doing so
very well as long as I conform to my schema.

Alex Boisvert wrote:
> On 10/16/07, jbi joe <joe@daggerpoint.net> wrote:
>> I have an XML doc that is moving through the ODE
>> engine, BPEL and getting processed to invoke a endpoint.
>> I need to be able to search through the XML and move
>> a field, or fields to other fields and or add additional
>> fields.  For example,  ( see xml below) I want to take
>> the value of the order tag and insert it to the today
>> tag, to replace the "Null" value.
>> Here is a XML snippet, that I never know exactly
>> waht it may contain..  It is simply a list of tagged data.
> To guide your decision, here are the options available today:
> 1) BPEL assignments -> Doesn't work well with "dynamic" data (no fixed
> schema)
> 2) XSLT -> Works, although a bit complex to write by hand.  Easier with
> tooling
> 3) XPath Function Extension -> Powerful but need to write some Java code
> 4) Invoke web service for data transformation -> Powerful and flexible but
> significant effort and performance cost
> 5) Javascript E4X -> Convenient and flexible, but only available on
> ode-trunk which is not yet stable
> Based on the above, I would recommend #2 or #3 depending on your XSLT/Java
> skills.   For #3 you can check out the technote I wrote on Custom XPath
> Functions<http://www.intalio.org/confluence/display/PXE/Custom+XPath+Functions>
> .
> alex

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