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- From: "John E. Simpson" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 08 Apr 1999 13:45:40 -0400
At 04:39 PM 4/8/1999 +0100, Leigh Dodds wrote:
>I've been reading through the XSL spec and I noticed that it
>mentions that XSL could be used as an XML transformation mechanism
>as the result tree need not use the formatting vocabulary.
>Does this mean that its possible to use XSL to do transformation
>from one XML document type to another? If so are there any gotchas
>that I should be concerned with?
Yes, you can do that with XSL. Gotchas (other than understanding everything
you can about the structures of both the source and the result tree :),
well, just make sure your namespace declarations ensure that the result
tree's elements won't be prefixed. (That is, if your result tree's DTD --
if one -- includes a <link> tag, you don't want the transformation to emit
something like <result:link>.) Oh, and use James Clark's xt for the
Also, I think SAXON can output 2 (or more?) separate result trees, so you
might want to take a look at it's XSL capabilities as well.
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