Re: Java program to Generate plain XSLT for XML
XSLT is used to transform a given XML file to another. So to demand an XSLT, you would have to supply two XML files (one source, and the other target), and a description of the transformation (perhaps, by visual means). Instead of XML, you could even supply the source XSD/DTD and a destination XSD/DTD.
There are products that can do this. I know that Altova and Stylus Studio provide this feature.
On 8/23/06, Senthilkumaravelan Krishnanatham <senthil@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi All, I am new to this group and I found interesting about the group. I need a startup kit kind of thing.Is there any program which would help me to create a XSLT for any given XML file . Please throw light light on it. That would be much help. Thanks for your support. Regards, Senthil
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