Re: [xsl] Reluctant question on start lines

Subject: Re: [xsl] Reluctant question on start lines
From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 13:33:52 -0400
You aren't getting what your expect because there is one more step to take
after you "install" msxml3, the MS xml processor.  You have to find (on the
MS site) and run "xmlinst.exe".  When you "install" msxml3, it becomes known
to the COM/Active-X system, but it does not replace the original (obsolete)
processor which still responds to all you calls to it.

Running xmlinst.exe changes the COM setup so that your calls now get sent to
the new processor.  Then everything will work as they should, including the
correct xsl namespace.

To be more precise, running xmlinst.exe causes it to unpack inself, creating
***another*** file of the same name.  Run the unpacked file to actually
change the registry setup.


Tom P

Koray Berk said

> Question 1:
> I had asked about the namspace files and according to the replies
> <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
> xmlns:xsl="<>"
> xmlns:fo="<>">
> should be my starting line.
> All I get is a:
> italic Date: and an itallic  Comment of: and thats that!
> I have downloaded MSXSML3.0 and installed it (it installed itself using an
> installer)
> I am using XMLSPY
> and I dont understand why this doesnt work where as
> the so unrecommended <xsl:stylesheet
> xmlns:xsl="";> works if I replace the relevant
> line on my xsl.
> (however with the old one <xsl:variable> doesnt work....

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