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Vijai SamuelSubject: XLST Conversion
Author: Vijai Samuel
Date: 04 May 2010 04:43 PM
Originally Posted: 04 May 2010 04:38 PM
Hi Guys

I've an XSL which has xml as its param, created with version 2.0. Is there a way, I can merge this two and make a single XSL?? Any insight would be appreciated.

Whether Stylus Studio does this?

For e.g., I've attached my XSL & XML !!

Regards
Vijai Samuel


Unknownlaytohtml.xsl


Unknownreport_lay.xml
Param (XML)

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Alberto MassariSubject: XLST Conversion
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 11 May 2010 10:25 AM
Hi Vijai,
it's not clear to me what you want to achieve; if you want to merge them, you can do in the editor by copying the content of the XML and pasting it in the XSLT.
If you want to dynamically execute the XSLT by providing a string that incidentally represents an XML fragment, you are looking for an extension function that turns a string into a parsed XML structure; such extension functions are provided by the XSLT engine, and as such depend on the engine you are using. If you are using Saxon, it's saxon:parse (http://saxonica.com/documentation/extensions/functions/parse.html)

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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