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RE: SS Scripting vs XSL

scripting in xsl

I find XSL very useful. It allows me to create generic objects where I can
only pass a XML document and transform that document with an XSL document.
This way I do not have to worry about the specifics of the document. The
details of each document will be defined within the XSL document.

  I use is for data transfer, redering html and email documents.

I hope that helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: jimtronic [mailto:jim@n...]
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 9:45 AM
To: xml-dev@l...
Subject:  SS Scripting vs XSL

I'm curious ... What is the benefit of using XSL when you could parse 
and display XML using a server side scripting language like jsp or 

Additionally, I'm looking for resources about common technical setups 
for serving XML documents.


Jim Musil
Multimedia Programmer

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