Practical XSL

Subject: Practical XSL
From: "Livingstone, Stephen" <Livinsb@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 11:21:02 -0000
Hi there.
I am relatively new to XSL and although I would love to contribute to
the "SAX vs. DOM" email saga I don't really know what it's all about.

What I want to know if how practical would it be to implement a system
using XSL??
I don't need to worry too much about the client, as I would parse the
data via IIS & ASP, but I do need to know if it is feasible yet.

Is anyone doing anything serious with XSL yet? If not (for those who
decide these things) when is it likely that we shall be able to reliably
use XSL?

I follow the Extreme XML column on Sitebuilder and build upon the
examples there, but then I also tried using Java the week it was
released !!


Steven Livingstone BSc MSc GradInstP
Corporate Systems Development (TCN)
Royal Bank Of Scotland.
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Networking Technical Associates,
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