- Does the QuiX-Tool Suite only support XML format?
QuiXTool Suite is designed for XML streams. It is easily applicable to any data with hierarchical structures, including JSON messages, RNA sequences, HTML pages…
- Is the QuiX-Tool Suite open source?
Free open source (with less coverage) and a professional version are available. Contact us for more details:firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Where can I get help?
For feedback such as questions, comments, bug reports and feature requests please use of the following mailing list: email@example.com.
- I found a bug. Where can I submit it?
In case you have found a bug in the QuiX Tool Suite please use the following mailling list: firstname.lastname@example.org. A short description of the bug and, if possible, a minimalistic query and input XML document that can be used to reproduce the behavior would be helpful.
- What is Quix DM?
QuiXDM is the data model of QuiXPath and QuiXProc.
- Is the QuiX-Tool Suite compatible Java?
QuiX Tool Suite is a stand alone but it can also by integrate in any Java software. QuiX Tool Suite is a 100% Java compatible and provide an easy interface s.t. you can connect to your own stream.
- Are QuiXPath, QuiXProc,… standards?
Yes. The syntax and the semantic of QuiXPath, QuiXProc, QuiXSLT and QuiXSchematron follow the official W3C Recommendations (ISO Recommendation for Schematron).
- What is FXP?
The FXP language is a temporal logic for a fragment of Forward XPath that is suitable for querying XML streams. The FXP library of the Mostrare project of INRIA Lille provides a compiler of the FXP language to nested word automata, efficient query answering algorithm for nested word automata on XML streams, and thus for FXP queries.
- Is FXP the run-time of QuiXPath?
The QuiXPath library provides a compiler from QuiXPath to FXP. Thereby, the efficient query answering algorithms for FXP are lifted to a fragment of XPath.
- Is QuiXQuery released?
Not yet. Feel free to contact usif you are interested: email@example.com