Subject:xsl transformation Author:Curtis Bennett Date:17 Feb 2005 06:44 PM
I am not sure if this is possible, so I wanted to get some feedback first. I have a bunch of different articles in an xml file, and I want to have them transformed with xsl on asp.net pages. I know how to transform them on asp.net pages.
I am wondering if I can have an asp.net page that has links for the different articles, a person clicks that link and the xml file is transformed using the same xsl file for every article.
Can I populate the links for the articles on the asp.net page from the xml file?
Perhaps my xml would look something like this
<link>link used to populate the asp.net page?</link>
<body>bunch of text</body>
If this is possible, please advise on a starting point
Subject:xsl transformation Author:Curtis Bennett Date:21 Feb 2005 09:56 PM
Thank you for responding.
I was able to open the file you sent me and it displayed a data grid with the title in one column and the author in the second column. This is what I am trying to do, except I want to have the title be a link that opens the article and uses the same xsl document for every article. Is this possible with xml and xsl?
Subject:xsl transformation Author:Ivan Pedruzzi Date:24 Feb 2005 12:38 AM
Add the XSL PI to your XML documents like in the example below
then create an hyperlink to XML directly: <p><a href="article1.xml">Article 1</a></p>
The transformation runs on client in this case.
Hope this helps