Re: [xsl] writing error file

Subject: Re: [xsl] writing error file
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2006 10:58:17 -0400
Hi Frank,

Another way you might consider doing this is by pipelining ... in the first pass, transform into your output plus warnings/errors, then pass the result into two separate processes, one that filters out the warnings and the other that filters out the content.

This is a bit klugey, but doesn't take you into any extension functions at all, and it can be set up with batch files written in ancient languages if necessary.


At 07:46 AM 9/21/2006, George wrote:
You can get (in general) the output of the xsl:message but you need processor specific code for that. Also this requires configuring the processor in a specific way, thus you need to have control over the transformation execution.

Using xsl:result-document to output the some data to a file seems ok to me, as you can do this directly from XSLT. Note that this works only in XSLT 2.0, for XSLT 1.0 you can eventually use the specific processors extensions for writing output documents.

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