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Chris AdkinsSubject: Simple division of XML file
Author: Chris Adkins
Date: 14 Oct 2009 06:41 AM
Originally Posted: 14 Oct 2009 06:39 AM
Hello all,

I am trying to simply break an XML file down into multiple other files (all XML). There is ZERO change to the data, parameters, attributes, ect. I am not looking for anything fancy, just a basic XSLT file that will do this, so I can expand it further to meet my needs. Every reference that I have found (both online and in print) focus primarily on XML to HTML (or XHTML) transforms and not transformations from XML to XML. Any help would be greatly appreciated even if it is just pointing me in the direction of a good resource that doesn't focus on HTML. Again Thanks

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I should probably also mention that the original file has large numbers of attributes with each element. If any other information is needed for clarification just let me know.
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Alberto MassariSubject: Simple division of XML file
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 29 Oct 2009 02:02 PM
Hi Chris,
which version of Stylus Studio are you using, and which processor have you selected in the Scenario Dialog page?

Alberto

 
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