RE: XSL - Transforming 2 XSL stylesheets from 1 XML fi
> I'm transforming on the server-side using an ASP script as follows: > > <% > 'Load XML > set xml = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM") > xml.async = false > xml.load(Server.MapPath("index1.xml")) > > 'Load XSL > set xsl = Server.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM") > xsl.async = false > xsl.load(Server.MapPath("index1.xsl")) > > 'Transform file > Response.Write(xml.transformNode(xsl)) > %> > > The results are sent down the wire to the user as a plain HTML file. ....so what's wrong with checking which client (user-agent) is making the request and using the appropriate stylesheet? This is an ASP question, not much to do with XSLT. That code look's like a lot like a cut + paste from w3schools as well, you might want to update those progids as well.
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