RE: Batch processing
Invoking multiple transformations through the command line is very inefficient - it means reinitializing the Java VM for each one. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: J. S. Rawat [mailto:jrawat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 29 May 2007 06:59 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: RE: Batch processing > > ...but I want it to call it within for-each loop and want to > call commandline. If you are aware of Perl, we can do it by $sh. > > At 01:03 PM 5/28/2007 +0100, you wrote: > >You don't need the collection() function for this, you can > do it with > >document(). With <dir> as your current node, do > > > ><xsl:apply-templates select="document(xmlFile)" mode="m"/> > > > >and it will cause each of these input documents to be processed. > > > >Michael Kay > >http://www.saxonica.com/ > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: J. S. Rawat [mailto:jrawat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > > > Sent: 28 May 2007 11:38 > > > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > Subject: Batch processing > > > > > > Dear lists- > > > There are a list of files listed in XYZ.XML. Is there a > way by which > > > I can process these files by XSLT by saxon. > > > Basically I want a batch processing. > > > I want to put files into server alongwith XYZ.xml and > need to pass > > > one commandline to process all the XML. I am just confused with > > > collection(). > > > > > > XYZ.XML > > > <dir> > > > <xmlFile>input.xml</xmlFile> > > > <xmlFile>input_meta.xml</xmlFile> > > > <xmlFile>sample.xml</xmlFile> > > > <xmlFile>x.xml</xmlFile> > > > </dir> > > > > > > thanks > > > ..JSR
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