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RE: Creating External Generic XSL functions file

Subject: RE: Creating External Generic XSL functions file
From: Joshua.Kuswadi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 11:23:01 +1100
xsl import calling external function
Nic wrote:
> What I want to do is to write a "Consolidated.xsl" XSL file 
> containing all
> my generic xsl functions that are used in more than one xsl file.
> Basically I want to know what needs to be in the 
> Consolidated.xsl (obviously
> apart from the functions) and how you call/include the 
> Consolidated.xsl
> functions in the stylesheet(s)?

If you have a complete stylesheet, ie with <xsl:stylesheet> tags and everything in the consolidated.xsl file, then in the 'real' XSL file that is used in the transform, you can use either the <xsl:import> or <xsl:include> elements.

eg:
<xsl:stylesheet>
 <xsl:include href="Consolidated.xsl" />
 <!-- other XSL stuff here -->
</xs:stylesheet>

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