Re: XSL to ODF/OOXML
Months later, I'm going back and doing this the right way, and making an object which will convert any of my pages to Word-devourable HTML. I use a lot of css and floated spans, so simply changing the output type to Word doesn't work too well. I am performing two transforms. The result of the first transform becomes the XML of the second transform. However, I am getting this error (MSXML parser): "Required white space was missing" I realize this list doesn't provide support for particular parsers. I'm hoping this is some obvious misunderstanding of the string I am feeding as XML which looks like: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html xmlns:msxsl="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt"> <head> <META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-15"> <title>Database</title> <script src="../master/Global/prototype-1.6.0_rc0.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" media="print" href="../master/Global/print.css"> </head> <body> .... blah blah .... </body> </html> Thanks, -Steve On 4/27/07, Steve <subsume@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I'm scouring the internet looking for leads on creating ODF/OOXML with > XSL transforms. I'm not really finding a whole lot, other than command > line programs which accomplish as much. > > I have a website with lots of reports and, ideally, I'd like to have > an 'export to Word' feature. Is this just another XSL transform that > requires me learning the appropriate output schema or is there > something additional that needs to be done? > > Also, I already have HTML versions of the reports I need (nothing too > complicated). I'm wondering if I can use the XHTML output as my source > XML and have one stylesheet that converts all of my documents into the > appropriate format? Or am I reaching for the philosopher's stone too > soon? > > I'm using XSL 1.0 and MSXSL parser. > > -S
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