RE: Using XML/XSLT for forms in .Net
Hi Julian, Does your information include this article (it's a bit outdated but points out the benefits)? "Creating Dynamic ASP.NET Server Controls using XML" - by Wrox Team http://www.devarticles.com/c/a/ASP.NET/Creating-Dynamic-ASP.NET-Server-Contr ols-Using-XML/ Basically the author(s) shows us how to use XML and XSLT to generate ASP.NET code. If you have other information I'd like to know. Cheers, <prs/> -----Original Message----- From: Julian Voelcker [mailto:asp@xxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 2:37 AM To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Using XML/XSLT for forms in .Net Hi Pieter, > Doing XML/XSLT in ASP.NET is straightforward and fast (using > XslTransform or the XML Web Server Control) but when it comes to > bringing in forms handling (on the server) it gets difficult. I have found some info on using the .Net controls whilst also doing the transformation, but unfortunately it won't fit in with my HttpModule. It is a shame, because it provides a far better way of templating a site than any of the currently recommended routes as used for things like the IBuySpy portal etc. I am sure there must be a way of doing it, time to do some more digging. -- Cheers, Julian Voelcker United Kingdom
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