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RE: Running msxml (newbie)

Subject: RE: Running msxml (newbie)
From: "Macaulay,Malcolm (US)" <Malcolm.Macaulay2@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2002 14:06:16 -0500
msxml2 v3.0 replace v3
I just noticed in passing that you are still typing:

C:\xmlstuff> msxml xpath.xml xpath.xsl -o output.html

but you should type:

C:\xmlstuff> msx*S*l xpath.xml xpath.xsl -o output.html

i.e. the command line wrapper is msxsl.exe, not msxml.exe.

Just to add to the confusion, you could use Mike Kay's all-in-one, command line Instant Saxon (http://saxon.sourceforge.net/#I6.5.2).  

Hope that helps.



-----Original Message-----
From: fstorr [mailto:fffrancis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, August 19, 2002 12:49 PM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE:  Running msxml (newbie)

Jim Fuller wrote:

> see what u have installed by using the MSXML sniffer at


Hi Jim

Thanks for the reply.  According to the above site, I've got

MSXML, MSXML2, MSXML2 v2.6, MSXML2 v3.0, MSXML2 v4.0 Mode Replace V3.

Again, as a relative novice at that this kind of thing, I'm pretty sure
that Replace mode is right.

As regards running it, this is what I'm doing:

Changing directory to the one with the required XML and XSL file, then

C:\xmlstuff> msxml xpath.xml xpath.xsl -o output.html

Which is when I get the "not recognized as an internal command...." etc.

Any more ideas would be gratefully received.



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