When I try to run the transformation via the "Scenario" view, it complains that I haven't started with a <stylesheet> or <transform> element. Does this mean I can't use the exemplar-style method of writing transforms in Stylus Studio, or is there some step I'm missing?
By the way, I can use xalan to do this tranformation at the command line via "xalan -in muppet.xml -xsl muppet.xsl" and just want to know if I can do this through the Stylus Studio GUI.
Subject:Exemplar XSLT Transformations Author:(Deleted User) Date:14 Mar 2006 04:15 PM
Hi, Ray. You are using one of the simplified stylesheet syntaxes described in the XSLT Recommendation, Section 2.3. As mentioned in the Stylus Studio Release Notes, this is not supported by the built-in XSLT processor. However, your XSLT will run if you use the XalanJ or Saxon processors.
You can change the processor on the Processor tab of the Scenario Properties dialog box. Click XSLT > Scenario Properties, or click the [...] button to the right of the Scenario drop-down list in the XSLT Editor to display it.