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[xmlblaster-devel] Re: [xmlblaster] integration of Xindice in xmlBlaster (fwd)
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Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 15:38:45 +0100
From: Carsten Ziegert <carsten.ziegert at ik.fh-hannover.de>
Reply-To: xindice-users at xml.apache.org
To: Mailing List dbXML <xindice-users at xml.apache.org>
Subject: Re: [xmlblaster] integration of Xindice in xmlBlaster
Am 18.01.2002 15:23 Uhr schrieb "Jeff Greif" unter
<jgreif at alumni.princeton.edu>:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kimbro Staken" <kstaken at dbxmlgroup.com>
> To: <xindice-users at xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 10:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [xmlblaster] integration of Xindice in xmlBlaster
> On Thursday, January 17, 2002, at 12:25 PM, Heinrich Götzger wrote:
>> The Testcase (TestPersistenceXindice.java) is mostly developed and ready
>> to be commited but it rejects to run because of the two ORBs.
>> 1. How to handle BLOB or other binary data?
>> No anwser from xindice-list up to now.
>> -> does it make sense using dbXML at all?
> I'm not the right person to give a definitive answer, but I would guess that
> the right approach is to get the binary data into the XML documents in an
> acceptable way (e.g. base64 encoding). If you provide well-formed XML
> documents to Xindice, any failure to handle will be a simple bug, probably
> easily fixed.
My former colleagues at the Hannover Medical School Computer Center
used base64 encoding for sending TIFF images using a HL7 interface.
The images were soft scans of laboratory findings, which are produced
in a large quantity, and the solution was very stable.
As Health Level 7 is a text based document format like XML, the idea
Btw, does anybody know a migration project from HL7 to XML?
What is the state of the art in the medical informatics section?
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