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RE: Generic stylesheet to flatten XML hierarchy

Subject: RE: Generic stylesheet to flatten XML hierarchy
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 23:54:09 -0000
RE:  Generic stylesheet to flatten XML hierarchy
> I've been wandering through the archives and other searches 
> and so far have not found exactly what I am hoping to find. I 
> need to write an XSLT stylesheet that accepts an unknown XML 
> document and flattens the hierarchy to a two-dimensional 
> row/columns structure. 

The hard part of the problem is specifying what you want to happen. Once
you've done that, I would think that coding it is fairly easy.


Michael Kay

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