Re: Part 2 of An all-in-one XML data set - with the XS
Hi Jim, > Again, the working scenario/problem: someone can see the file in the > browser (IE) and simply click on it, then it runs the XSLT on the XML > contained in the file (containing both XSLT and XML) and the result is > displayed in the browser. I would do this by: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet href="../view_regest.xsl" type="text/xsl"?> > Can anyone (perhaps, MK?) please show me what the XML should look like > with an example? How can the XSLT processor be invoked to transform the > XML? Is there a working code example that works with IE, or, if not IE, > then another browser, such as Netscape's? Try it and look at the source: http://free.pages.at/staudinger/Regest/Regesten/A1608-03-05-02347.xml >(Presumably the XML would have been generated by an existing web-service >off the back-end of a web-app.) No, my xml is static. Manfred
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