Usage of older XSL version
I must write a simple converter from XML to a word document that will be working from within Word ( 7 .. 2000 ) I would like to use XSL 'role' to point to the correct 'Style' in the Word template. This gives me a few questions... I bougth a component that interprets XML an can Convert via XSL (From CUESoft) their XSL components support the novermber 98 draft version of XSL. I can ask for the role property but it's containd in a 'inline-sequence' element. ( see code below :-) ) In my (newbie ?) opinion that's a bit messy because of the diffrences in version. Does anyone know an other XML/XSL parser implementation for delphi ? Can I use 'inline-container' as the same kind of thing as 'inline-sequence' or will someone who knows how to program in XSL flame me to a crisp ? Is the use of 'role' as identifier for a Style in Word just a tiny bit accepted ? <xsl:stylesheet> <xsl:template match="Kop"> <fo:inline-sequence role="Kop 1"> </fo:inline-sequence> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="identificatie"> <fo:inline-sequence role="Kop 2"> </fo:inline-sequence> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> Met vriendelijke groet, Ivar Snaaijer XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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