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Subject: RE: <xsl:stylesheet xmlns...
From: "Chris Bayes" <Chris@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2000 16:20:15 +0100
xml xsl stylesheet directive
>> Paul Tchistopolskii writes:
>>  > Well - consider Sebastian's test6.xsl ;-) He is generating 
>>  > 40K HTML out of 500K of data. I can not belive he'l send 
>>  > those 500K to the client. I got the impression that he 
>>  > said that he may do that , but  I think  there is some 
>> I might well deliver the main data file, and a slew of small .xsl
>> files to do amusing things with it
>I'm sure I still don't understand  you. Let me explain.
>What do you mean by saying "I'l deliver the main data file
>to the client,  and a slew of .xsl files" ?  The <xsl:stylesheet  
>directive provides one - to -one binding. I mean you use 
>this directive to say : "this XML file should be rendered 
>with this xsl stylesheet".
>How can you deliver main data file and a slew of small 
>.xsl files using <xsl:stylesheet  directive?
>Or you are talking about some proprietary-absolutely 
>non-standard-vendor-specific API which allows you 
>to associate the same main data file with multiple 
>xsl stylesheets ? Shame on you, Sebastian, you should 
>not get your hands dirty with using  the API's which 
>are not blessed by W3C ( right? ;-). 
Like make available offline for instance or

function changeStylesheet(stylesheet){
	document.body.innerHTML = xml.transformNode(xsl);
function changeDocument(doc){
	document.body.innerHTML = xml.transformNode(xsl);

Ciao Chris

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