RE: Re: xsl 1.1 security model?
> I think the best approach to this would be to change HTML to support > frame-sets which include HTML code rather than just references to > other HTML documents. Of course, this is simply to keep the entire > page generated in a single XSLT tansform. > > An approach which works today is to have a frame set, and then each of > the HTML "pages" referenced in that frame set would be XSLT transforms > for each of the frames. No need for xsl:document at all. I don't follow that but trying to get my head round it made me think of <xsl:target name="_top"... as opposed to or as well as <xsl:document href="_top"... or maybe <xsl:document href="browser://_top"... Sure would save a lot of typing. I don't see the problem anyway. Has anyone played with xml.save() or xmlhttp.open()/send() recently? Ciao Chris XML/XSL Portal http://www.bayes.co.uk/xml XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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