Subject:Need help with adding logiic to XLST file Author:Daniel Luczak Date:28 Jan 2009 02:31 PM Originally Posted: 28 Jan 2009 09:21 AM
I am using Stylus Studio 2008 Release 2
I am converting a .csv to an XML document.
I have mapped my fields correctly but I want to get fancy with one field and need help.
In my csv file I have a field called OwnerID which I would like to map to the XML document to CPYOwner but I would like to change what goes to the XML document.
For example the mapping would be something like this
If OwnerID=005700000010KNJAA2 than CPYOwner=Barbeau, Thierry MRU
If OwnerID=0005700000010wvaAAA than CPYOwner=Pierce, Marty MRU
and so on
If someone has an example I can look at that would be great
Can anyone help me with the syntax that would go into the XLST source code.
Subject:Need help with adding logiic to XLST file Author:(Deleted User) Date:31 Jan 2009 01:47 PM
What I do whenever I need to translate an xml file is:
1. Create xml by converting csv to xml.
2. Create xslt file by choosing File/New/XSLT Stylesheet.
3. Choose the input file you want to map to a new xml file.
4. Map your file to the destination file. In your specific example you need an xsl:choose construction, see below example: