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Client-side XSLT, Validation and Data Security

Published

Author(s)

Wendell Piez

Abstract

Client-side XSLT (CSX) is often used in scenarios where data (in XML) from a remote server is provided to a user who processes it in some way, for example rendering it locally for display. That is, the server provides the data and the client does the work on that data to make it useful. However, that is not the only scenario in which CSX is useful. In an environment in which the user already has, or is in the process of creating, XML, CSX can be a convenient and powerful tool, enabling users to perform operations on their data, securely, on their own systems. The potential for this use of CSX is illustrated with uses of SaxonJS for several security-related applications.
Proceedings Title
Balisage Series on Markup Technologies
Conference Dates
August 2-6, 2021
Conference Location
Rockville, MD, US
Conference Title
Balisage: The Markup Conference 2021

Keywords

XML, XSLT, validation, OSCAL, Open Security Controls Assessment Language

Citation

Piez, W. (2021), Client-side XSLT, Validation and Data Security, Balisage Series on Markup Technologies, Rockville, MD, US, [online], https://doi.org/10.4242/BalisageVol26.Piez01, https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=933217 (Accessed December 8, 2021)
Created November 22, 2021