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- From: Joe Davidyock <JD1@FADavis.com>
- To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Sep 1998 10:18:24 -0400
I am new (very new) to the XML realm. I am currently using Microsoft's XSL
control to convert a xml file to html. This is working fine on a static xml
document. My problem is that once implemented I need to apply the same xsl
sheet to a dynamically generated xml file (the result of an object query),
whose name and existence is not always fixed. How can i get the xsl to apply
to each xml file as they are generated? I have been using the following
piece of code in my html which has been successful on the static file
<OBJECT ID="XSLControl" CLASSID="CLSID:2BD0D2F2-52EC-11D1-8C69-0E16BC000000"
<PARAM NAME="documentURL" VALUE="test.xml">
<PARAM NAME="styleURL" VALUE="test.xsl">
Can I assign the first parameter with a value that points to a particular
directory where these files are? Examples/hints/references?
Thank you in advance for any help!
Joseph P. Davidyock
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