Re: XML access control by custom ID
Jacobus Reyneke schrieb am 09.03.2010 um 09:15:30 (+0200): > > <a some_attributes="xyz" my_id="1"> > 123 > </a> > <b attribute="xxx" my_id="2"> > ABC > </b> > > and the access controlling information is (in a separate file): > <administrator> > <read> > <my_id>1</my_id> > <my_id>2</my_id> > </read> > <write> > <my_id>1</my_id> > <my_id>2</my_id> > </write> > </administrator> > <anybody> > <read> > <my_id>1</my_id> > </read> > <write> > <my_id>1</my_id> > </write> > </anybody> > > For this I need a stylesheet to filter and combine the data and access > rights indicated by the access control data set. As an example, if I > were to use the previous 2 xml files as input given a parameter of > "anybody", then the resulting XML should look like: > > <a access="read; write" some_attributes="xyz" my_id="1"> > 123 > </a> Well, and how do <administrator> and <anybody> come into play here? -- Michael Ludwig
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