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Old October 11th, 2012, 08:56 AM
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Originally Posted by mhkay View Post
SCM and XForms are both XML formats, so converting one to the other sounds like a natural task for XSLT, but of course if you prefer to tackle it using Java+XPath, that's your prerogative.
Of course using XSLT for this is a no-brainer. But what I neglected to mention is that these forms would be created on demand within the applet hence the use of s9api / Java.

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