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This is an interesting one. Turning your criteria into XPath expressions
and storing them in an XML file is the right thing to do and isn't
difficult. Processing these using XSLT is a little tricky, though,
because it doesn't currently handle XPath expressions read from a source
file. What you could do is to process the criteria file by transforming
it into an XSLT stylesheet and then executing that stylesheet.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nischal Muthana [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 06 June 2002 18:08
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [xml-dev] Building Complex XML
> Hello All
> I have an XML file with <country>,<Age>,<Occupation>
> tags and other tags.
> I have a criteria table for eg. like the following:
> Decision Element Grade1
> Grade2 Grade3
> Country Not equal to USA Not equal to
> USA and UK
> Equal to USA and UK
> Age 20,21,22,23,24 or 25 48,49,50,51,52 or 53
> All 50 othere than 51,54
> Occupatioin Engineer or Doctor Lawyer or
> Cop Student or Worker
> I have a C# class which is gonna check the above
> conditions and makes sure the XML fulfills all of the
> conditions in any of the Grade and returns the appropriate Grade.
> So for eg. if my XML contains
> I would then return Grade3.
> Everything works like a charm until here. But the user
> came up with a proposal that he should be able to edit
> this criterion table frequently. So we thought we
> would implement this also as an XML file.
> Can someone please help me in goin about with this.
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