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   Re: XSL Translations using Java Servlets / JSP

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  • From: "David Brownell" <david-b@pacbell.net>
  • To: "Paul Tchistopolskii" <paul@qub.com>, <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2000 07:59:07 -0700

> > In fact, doesn't essentially every Java XSLT engine
> > come with some servlet?  I recall XT does too.
> Yes, it does, but 'default' servlet which comes with XT 
> is very 'brutal'.

And I noticed you posted a pointer to a "better" one,
which is fine.

My point was just that one doesn't seem to find XSLT
without servlets nowadays, including the XSLT version
that had not yet been mentioned.

> > What I don't recall is which ones use the
> > 
> >     <?xml-stylesheet ... ?>
> > 
> > PI to figure out what stylesheet to apply, but I could
> > easily have missed noticing that facility!
> For example, 'default'  XT Servlet assumes that 
> 'servlet equals to the stylesheet'. ...
> What if I like to generate 2 different layout's out of 
> the same XML file ? 

Sure, there are a million combinations to want,
and it's no problem if many of them are supported.

In particular, what if I _don't_ want multiple
layouts from a file?  Shouldn't I have the option
to use the only _standard_ way to bind stlyesheets
to a document?  When to use it is another question.

- Dave

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