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Re: NewBie Question - Dynamic XSL

Subject: Re: NewBie Question - Dynamic XSL
From: Earl Bingham <ebingham@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 09:13:42 -0800
Re: NewBie Question - Dynamic XSL
this would require having stylesheets that build other stylesheets from a
corresponding XML file. Easy to do.

- Earl

Simon Taylor3 wrote:

> Hello All
> I'm very new to XML/XSL so please forgive any ignorance !!
> Has anyone ever attempted or know if its possible to dynamically build XSL
> style sheets on the fly ?
> I'm trying to build an application that has a XML document that is static. To
> achieve presentation of the XML I'm wanting to use XSL but instead of having a
> standard static XSL stylesheet I'm wanting to connect to a database that is
> going to record user preferences and based on these, vary the content of the
> XSL stylesheet, hence varying the presentation of the XML.
> My backgrounds very much in ASP's and COM objects so as you can imagine I'm
> looking for some approach that mirrors this........
> Any ideas even a NO cannot be done would be appreciated
> Be lucky
> Simon.
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