I am not sure if this is 100% relevant to your need, as it looks like
you may need XIndice, but we will release soon an XUpdate processor
that we developed independently from the XUpdate implementation that
comes with XIndice. It will work with our framework OXF
(www.orbeon.com/oxf), but will also be available as a standalone TrAX
tranformer that you should be able to integrate with Cocoon. This will
come with OXF beta 2 (RC 1?) early next week.


Jonathan Spaeth wrote:

> The Xupdate functionality comes with the xindice database.  (See the wiki
> for more information on how to integrate xindice).
> Jon
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jm [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 9:43 AM
> Subject: XUpdate questions
> hi all,
> i have one complex xml-document which i want
> to edit via my webbrowser with some kinds of forms so i don't really need
> a heavy CMS.
> i read about xmlforms, xforms and then i came across XUpdate which
> sounds like that i'm looking for. (but i would be glad about any system
> which is easy to use instead of XUpdate either)
> so the first problem is, that i don't realy know how to install and use the
> XUpdate
> functionality into my cocoon 2.0.4.
> i would be glad if anybody could help me or give me a hint where
> to find further information.
> regards,
> jm

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