RE: Offline use of xsl in IE5
As others have stated, the MS implementation is outdated, however you can generate html from the command line using these scripts. (I don't recall where I found this, otherwise I would credit the author). After building your XSL and XML docs, run the xsl.bat script using the syntax in the REM statement. HTH. Cheers, Jim msxsl.js ======== //msxsl.js 1999-04-22 10:00 var xml = WScript.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM"); var xsl = WScript.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM"); xml.validateOnParse=false; xml.load(WScript.Arguments(0)); xsl.validateOnParse=false; xsl.load(WScript.Arguments(1)); WScript.Echo( xml.transformNode( xsl.documentElement )); xsl.bat ======= @echo off REM usage: xsl xmlfile xslfile htmlfile cscript //nologo msxsl.js %1 %2 > %3 > -----Original Message----- > From: Marko Draisma [mailto:mdraisma@xxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: Saturday, December 11, 1999 7:01 PM > To: XSL-List > Subject: Offline use of xsl in IE5 > > > Hi there, > > I am new to this list, so here is a brief description of me. > For my profession I am familiar with Oracle RDBMS > and development-tools. After reading a book about XML and > doing a course in Java, my aim is now to master > xsl. In the future I would like to built a website as an > integrated system with an Oracle rdbms, xml, xsl and > servlets. But I guess that the best way to do this, is one > step at a time. > To practice I would like to use IE5 to display my xml with > xsl-stylesheets. So here is my question: it seems that > the only way to use IE5 that way, is to place my xml- and > xsl-files on the internet. Is there another way to do > this? > > Thanks, > > Marko Draisma. > > > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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