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Subject: Tracking Interelationships, Polymorphism, and precedense within XSLT templates
From: "gary cor" <stuff4gary@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 12:15:12
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Hello All,

Can anyone help? I am just starting working on a project which uses a system model of about seven XSL stylesheets documents having various includes to allow more specialised local files to polymorthise templates of lower precedence from global more commonly used stylesheets. There are many interelated stylesheets for this project and HTML is produced from them dynamically using some XML resulting from queries to SQLdatabse.

My difficulty is that I am taking over the project from someone else and need to learn the interelationships between over 100 different templates from new which may appear at different levels of precedence. Does anyone know if there are any applications available which will draw up tables of reference that might help me track the processing in such a system and may even help me to remove things that might be redundant and help me to simplify my task.

Cheers
Gary

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