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RE: XSLT and trees

Subject: RE: XSLT and trees
From: francis <francis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 19:41:05 +0100
xslt unknown depth
Yes, this conversion is both possible and simple.

<!-- flattener -->
<xsl:template match="recursiveSource">

(obviously if you wanted to keep the recursive structure you would put
the <xsl:apply-templates> *inside* the <flatTarget> element)


> Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 05:41:47 PDT
> From: "Alexander Stiefel" <a_stiefel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: XSLT and trees
> hi,
> I have a simple question, is it possible to convert a tree structure like a 
> product catalog with a unknown depth into a plain structure (mother-son) 
> using XSLT.
> I want to know if I can apply a kind of recursive algorithms to XML 
> structures.
> thanx alx

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