RE: XSLT document()
Thanks, I will re-send to the xsl-list Fraser. >From: "Michael Kay" <mike@s...> >To: "'Fraser Goffin'" <goffinf@h...>,<xml-dev@l...> >Subject: RE: XSLT document() >Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 15:46:31 +0100 > > > > > I see that in XSLT I can use the document() function BUT it > > APPEARS that it > > must retrieve the XML from the file system or a resolvable URI ?? > > > >XSLT questions are better asked on the xsl-list at mulberrytech.com. > >You need to supply a resolvable URI but it's implementation-defined how >it's >resolved, and it doesn't need to be resolved to a file in a file system. >Java-based processors, for example, typically implement the JAXP interface >which allows you to supply your own URI resolver, which can resolve a URI >to >any Source object recognized by the XSLT processor in question, for example >a DOM or a SAX stream. It can also, of course, be a URI that requests data >from a servlet or CGI script. > >Michael Kay >http://www.saxonica.com/ > >
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