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Subject: RE: XSL - Transforming 2 XSL stylesheets from 1 XML file
From: "Andrew Welch" <ajwelch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 11:29:54 +0100
xml fi
> I need to produce 2 different HTML transformations from one
> single XML file,
> using XSLT, lets call them "index1.htm" & "index2.htm". One
> being for a
> desktop and the other for a mobile device.
>
> I have 2 different XSL stylesheets to do this. But, I can
> only assign one
> XSL stylesheet to the single XML file. Sure I can duplicate
> the single XML
> file, rename it and assign the 2nd stylesheet and create my 2nd HTML
> transformation.
>
> However, I need to produce a true "Single Source Publishing
> Solution". I
> need to somehow eliminate this process of duplicating the
> single XML file
> and assigning the 2nd XSL stylesheet to get my 2nd HTML
> Transformation. I
> need to be able to modify the content of the single XML file,
> and transform
> 2 different XSL stylesheets to HTML from that single XML file.
>
> Does anybody have any ideas as to how I could approach this?


There are many ways but it all depends on how you are performing the
transform - are you sepecifying the stylesheet using a
processing-instruction and relying on IE, are you using Java, the
command line etc... ?

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