[xsl] Application using XML

Subject: [xsl] Application using XML
From: "Daniel Newman" <daniel.newman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2001 13:23:46 +0100
I know that's a broad subject line, but my question is this:

I'm planning on building an Internet application using XML. Now I'm going to
need an ASP page that gets different XML results (that bit's easy), and also
gets different XSL files to format the XML (that bit's easy also). BUT, if I
want to have just one XSL file that interprets the source data and uses the
relevant part of the XSL file. So if I have a maximum of 10 different result
(xHTML) pages, can I have one XSL file building them? Is it possible from
the ASP page, to pass variables to the XSL file so it knows which page it's

If I need to have 10 XSL files, fine, but thought this might not be the best
way of doing this. Although having all that extra code in the single XSL
file might get confusing. What's the best way to go about planning this

Daniel Newman.

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