Thanks for your answer, George, > > oXygen detects automatically the xml-stylesheet PI if you try to > execute the transform action on a file and in that case it will ask > you if you want to use that stylesheet for the transformation. My point wasn't very clear perhaps (and I intermingling with the OP here...). When i write a stylesheet, that stylesheet often has a couple of test XMLs that go with it for unit tests etcetera. Not the other way around: when i write an XML document, it is not defined to run with a particular stylesheet (and often, these documents come from other sources and meddling with them seems inappropriate). So, what I'd actually like is a way to associate XML files with stylesheets, not stylesheets with XML files: <?sample-xml-list test-one.xml test-two.xml ?> <xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.ww3...etc .... </xsl:stylesheet> Something like that (it would be beneficial already if it worked with one xml file). But I guess, I should post that as an enhancement request to the Oxygen forum, right? Cheers, -- Abel Braaksma
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