Re: Feeding DOMs to XSLT Processors
At 12:09 PM 2/3/2000 , Alexandru-Ionut Albu wrote: > >>Is there a reason why the API's don't readily provide for DOM (as >>opposed to file) inputs? Am I showing my ignorance? Accessing the XML >>data and XST stylesheets from the filesystem on demand isn't a good >>option for us, and I don't believe that any sort of production system >>that needs responsive performance could put up with it. But I'd like >>to get some thoughts on the subject. Thank you are any and all input. > >I think Lotus XSL allows you to specify both the document to transform and >the stylesheet as DOM objects. But I completely agree with your point of >view that all processors should provide such an option.
It does. We've done it by passing LotusXSL 0.19.2 a DOM for the stylesheet. It's in the documentation.
James Garriss | The MITRE Corporation | jgarriss @ mitre.org
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