[xsl] Problem on: Cascading xslts on browsers

Subject: [xsl] Problem on: Cascading xslts on browsers
From: alejandro david weil <aweil@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 03:21:59 -0300

I'm playing with xml/xsls and browsers, and have an
xml, for example, data.xml, and two xsl, for example,
stage1.xsl and stage2.xsl. the idea is that, a processor,
reads data.xml it says that should be processed with
stage1.xsl, and the output (explicited from the output
of xsl, to be an xml) says that should be processed with
stage2.xsl (explicitly again).
	data.xml -> stage1.xsl -> stage2.xsl 

So, until there everything is ok on command line processors
like xalan (from apache f.) BUT i couldn't get browsers to
look for the stage2.xsl.

Have you some idea/experience with things like this?

(Current version of browsers like IE 6, and mozilla 1.2... is
what i tried)


PS: i didn't find something like this on faq.
PS:  List intro. says: "If you are asking for help with XSL-List code, use the 
   at http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/processor-version.xsl
   (see http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/processor-version.html 
   for more information) on itself and paste the text from the HTML
   output into your post to identify which XSL processor you are
   using." but it reports IE 5 by checking for false() function existance..
it's updated???

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