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Re: AW: [xml-dev] XSL works only with one XML-File
- From: David Carlisle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Manfred.Ursprung@baeurer.de
- Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 13:43:15 +0100
This must be way off topic for xml-dev and I suggest it's moved to
xsl-list, but I can not see the problem that you are trying to address.
It's quite common for an XSL stylesheet to include input from several
dynamic inputs (by arranging that a calling document() on a suitable URI
triggers the creation of the dynamic content). The XPath data model on
which XSLT is based explictly allows for multiple documents, it is an
ordered forest of trees, every node is ordered within some (document)
tree, and the collection of root nodes of those documents is ordered,
but there can be any number of root nodes. Thus the statement in the
subject line is clearly false, although it may not be an accurate
statement of the problem that you see.
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