I plan to use this blog mainly for (interesting/fun/...) technical notes and tips,
and anything else pertaining to DataPower, XSLT, XML, ... that crosses my mind.
Working several years now for DataPower appliance product in the XML compiler area I have seen many customer and IBMer problems and solutions/workarounds for them.
Last year I summarized my experiences and gave two WSTE (WebSphere Support Technical Exchange) webcasts:
- WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances and XSLT (Part 1 of 2) - Tools
- WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances and XSLT (Part 2 of 2) - Tips and Tricks
I am active on
- IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance developerWorks Forum
- XSL-List email list (archive starting1998)
- XML-DEV mailing list (archive starting 1997)
These may be useful ressources to you if you use a DataPower appliance or have interest in XSLT or XML.
The xpath++ tool described on this slide and available in this posting may be used even without DataPower.