Re: [xsl] Ant xslt Approach Question

Subject: Re: [xsl] Ant xslt Approach Question
From: Kamal Bhatt <kbhatt@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 13:32:04 +1000
Z W wrote:
Hi Kamal
thanks for responding.
Is there an example where I could work from ?
I went to the web site and still need more assistance to get it going.
As I said, I haven't used it, but I think this is what you are looking for:

For the concatenation example, try this:

Many thanks

On 4/9/08, Kamal Bhatt <kbhatt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
There are two approaches:

Concatenate the using the concat task, and then process the result using an
Maybe this may help: I
have never used it.
I can't remember what it was called, but I remember a while back there was a
post on this mailing list about a set of tasks that allow XML processing.
Have a google.

Z W wrote:
Hi Gurus

I have multiple jtl files to process.
Each jtl resides in a different directory
ci.jtl in \\foo\lg\CI\040420082220
ci.jtl in \\foo\lg\CI\040320082220
om.jtl in \\foo\lg\OA\040320082220
om.jtl in \\foo\lg\OA\040420082220

I like to process them with <xslt> Ant task and put them in a single html
>From reading xslt task man page, my impression is that I can only
send in 1 jtl file.

Could anyone suggest a good approach to this problem to reach my goal ?

Advance thanks

Kamal Bhatt

Kamal Bhatt

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