Re: Applying two transformations consecutively
Hi Peer, > If I use xsl:include only the rule defined last will be applied. > What I would like to have is that the rule of the first file is > executed first and the result is fed to the second rule. You can do this with xsl:apply-imports. Have the first file *import* the second file with xsl:import (which has to come before anything else within xsl:stylesheet): <xsl:import href="file2.xsl" /> And then use xsl:apply-imports in your template: <xsl:template match="ELEMENT"> <xsl:variable name="result-from-file2"> <xsl:apply-imports /> </xsl:variable> ... something with $result-from-file2 ... </xsl:template> The processor takes the current node (the ELEMENT node) and tries to find a template in any imported stylesheet that matches it, and executes that. Jeni --- Jeni Tennison http://www.jenitennison.com/ XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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