It's developped our own class to XPath (class MXPath), XLST (class MXSlt),... . The reason for that, it's to have the less dependences (with of course Qt share).
At this moment -11 december 2002-, the following XPack parts are made -totally or not-:
- the SOAP basic server;
- the session's manager;
- the manager for users and their rights;
- the MXPath class is stable, but not entirely support the recommendation XPath 1.0;
- some functions to create table, base, connection, user and rights for the latter.
To create table "structure", it's used the dtd (or, to do, the schema) of XML files. The dtd can really exist (in system or public localization) or writed in the create table command.
So, occurences of the table are validate before inserted in the table.
XPack use the following recommandations:
- for SOAP, 1.2 -with only POST http method;
- for XPath, 1.0;
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