Re: [xsl] Ye ole XML->XSL->HTML Question

Subject: Re: [xsl] Ye ole XML->XSL->HTML Question
From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 15:03:05 -0400
It's the same old thing - it sounds like you don't have msxml3 installed in
"replace" mode.  So XMLWriter is using some  older version of msxml and that
uses an obsolete version of xsl, not xslt.  That processor is looking for a
different namespace, and the result is that the xsl instructions get copied
to the output without transforming anything.

You need to get msxml3, install it, then get and run xmlinst.exe to
configure it in the "replace" mode.  They are on the Microsoft site.


Tom P

[Nathan Shaw]
> (Sent this once, but did not seem to go thru.
> Apologies if it is a dup.)
> Using MSXML to parse an XML file using an XSL file.
> However, when I view source on the HTML file that is
> produced (which looks nothing like it should), I see
> all of my XSL instructions.
> I am running the conversion thru XMLWriter, which uses
> MSXML. I have run other files thru there successfully,
> so I think it is my XSL file. However, XMLWriter is
> not giving me any error messages when I run the
> conversion.
> Thoughts? Ideas? Help!? --Nate

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