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   RE: How 2 output tags att with XSL

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  • From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
  • To: "lc LYqmFk=" <shinichiro.hamada@toshiba.co.jp>, "ML XMLDev" <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1999 09:20:02 -0500

At 99/01/14 20:30 +0900, lc LYqmFk= wrote:
>BTW, you seemed to use "call msxsl" dos command for debugging xsl behavior.
>I don't know it. I want to debug xsl too, i don't have that command. Where
>can i get it?
>
>>T:\FTEMP>call msxsl test.xml test.msxsl test.htm
>>T:\FTEMP>type test.htm

There was a 5-line script posted on the XSL list as follows:

  var data = WScript.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM");  
  var style = WScript.CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM");  
  data.load(WScript.Arguments(0));
  style.load(WScript.Arguments(1));  
  WScript.Echo( data.transformNode( style.documentElement ));  

There is a command line environment for scripting called the Windows
Scripting Host available at:

  http://www.microsoft.com/management/wsh.htm

I created a batch file that takes the same arguments as XT: source, style
and destination:

  cscript //nologo p:\misc\js\xslproc.js %1 %2 >%3

This mimics what I use when I use XT, a batch file following James'
invocation requirements:

   call xsl infile.xml instyle.xsl outfile.???

... and when I want to debug something with MSXSL, I use:

   call msxsl infile.xml instyle.msxsl outfile.htm

Personally, I distinguish my files by different extensions for each of the
implementations of XSL.

I hope this helps.

........... Ken


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