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XSD to XML, but using XSL
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- Subject: XSD to XML, but using XSL
- From: "Carlo Garcia-Mier" <enterprise.architecture.dev@g...>
- Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2006 19:55:03 +0000
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Is it possibly to generate a XML file from an XSD schema using XSL/T.
I have attempted this but can't seem to figure out how to dive into (or expand) complexTypes which are referenced from other included/imported XSD files. But thats besides the point.
I am just hoping such an "XSL/T" allready exists.
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