RE: Waht is the common minimum current script that run on mo
Hi Guy, <YourComment> Was it an MS example by any chance, as it shows a distinct MS approach to using XSL. I think this is probably from historical practice with ASP page templates. The only reason why I raise the issue is that most non-MS sources seem to favour use of xsl:template over xsl:for-each (as do I), so you might want to look at other sources aswell as the MS ones. <Reply> Yes it is an example from Microsoft. I was surprised to see the similarity of structure with ASP. But if I am right, the current trend is that we don't structure XSL like that, I am right? What I don't know is if this construct is a valid construct or if it is now totally obsolete according to last specs. If it is valid, it put emphasis on a placeholder mechanism (like ASP) if it is not, then XSL is strictly rule based like is dsssl. However, I should say that the major difference with dsssl is the template mechanism which dsssl do not have. Regards Didier PH Martin mailto:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.netfolder.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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