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Re: Creating multiple xmls using xslt1.0

Subject: Re: Creating multiple xmls using xslt1.0
From: Vasu Chakkera <vasucv@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 27 May 2012 23:04:31 +0100
Re:  Creating multiple xmls using xslt1.0
> Again, if you can use Java, then you can use XSLT 2.0.
you are indicating that the OP is using xslt1 possibly because microsoft

On 27 May 2012 22:59, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 27/05/2012 22:40, Vasu Chakkera wrote:
>>> In XSLT 1.0, each transformation can only produce one result document. So
>>> you will have to organize some kind of script that invokes the same
>>> transformation repeatedly, supplying parameters to indicate which range
>>> of
>>> rows you want to select on each run.
>> Mike,
>> I remember, in those good old days, you had a saxon extention
>> equivalent to the current day's  xsl:result-document ...
>> something like :
>>  <saxon:output href="{$file}">
>>   </saxon:output>
> Yes indeed, that was the precursor to xsl:result-document. However, when
> people say they are restricted to XSLT 1.0, this generally means Saxon 6.5
> is not an option, unless it's for very strange reasons like they are
> restricted to JDK 1.3.
>>Also, With the XSLT1, you can do the following : 1. Write a java function
>> that will use FileIO classes to serialize.
> Again, if you can use Java, then you can use XSLT 2.0.
> Michael Kay
> Saxonica

Vasu Chakkera
NodeLogic Limited

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