RE: [xsl] Comma-Separated List of Items

Subject: RE: [xsl] Comma-Separated List of Items
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 10:13:45 +0100
> my problem:  I am comparing two xml files that they describe books,
> the result of this comparison -  book's  list to be bought.  I wish to
> know if you knowsome way to pass the ISBN of these books in lack to
> another XML that goes on the  Amazon's parameters, with the purpose to
> bring the price of these books using XSL.

I don't quite see how this relates to the subject title: where does the
comma-separated list of items come into it?

To get from your source document to this result document you clearly need
some extra information, e.g. the ASIN number of the book. Where are you
getting this information from? (Or is that what you want to find out?)

Michael Kay

> The exemple to
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <ProductInfo xmlns:xsi="";
> xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="
> ev-heavy.xsd">
> <Details 
> url="
> s-20%26creative=D2U5FEMVH12ISD%26camp=2025%26link_code=xm2%26p
> ath=ASIN/0471850683">
> <Asin>0471850683</Asin>
> <ProductName>Noise Reduction Techniques in Eletronic system, 2nd
> Edition</ProductName>
> <catalog>Book</catalog>
> <isbn>80636318-6</isbn>
> </Details>
> </ProductInfo>
> My Xmls file
> <books>
>   <book>
>    <isbn>1235456-0</isbn>
> <title>Semanthic</title>
> <author>Djor Khurx</author>
> </book>
> </books>
> Marcos Hercules

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