Re: [xsl] hard core xlt ;-)

Subject: Re: [xsl] hard core xlt ;-)
From: Gary Frederick <gary.frederick@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 11:16:52 -0500
I assume you can put each of your pages on it's own spreadsheet sheet.

In regards to spreadsheet programs:

You may want to look at Gnumeric. It uses XML natively and imports from excel and other formats. It runs under GNOME (Linux,Solaris,HP/UX etc) I don't know if there is a Windows version.

I have not looked at the output of OpenOffice's spreadsheet but it's probably XML. OpenOffice does run on Windows (and all over the place).

Good luck.


Elise D. wrote:

great ideas :-) i gonna think seriously about it.
by the way i begin an other transformation : office
hmtl, so that excel will be able to read my table. but
for the moment i don't know what i could do of the
paging features.. i don't think it will fit correctly
to excel.

thks again for your ideas :)

--- cutlass <cutlass@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit : > -sort
the data dynamically with any of the xml


-data search, with result highlighted within page

-transform the data set into an RDF or RSS file

-have a WML version of your search engine using the
same xml

oh well, this is a start

cheers, jim fuller

----- Original Message ----- From: "Elise D." <tyris_azriel@xxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 3:27 PM
Subject: [xsl] hard core xlt ;-)

hi all,
i first should introduce myself to explain my
i'm computer scientist learnee, that means i both
study and prepare a diploma, and both work in a
company. i do have a report to do at the end of the school
year, based on the work i made in the company,


work will get a mark, depending on my oral
pesentation, my written report and the most


: the work i made. i actualy work on xslt in this

i've done a big work, on a project i'm actualy


on. as you can guess, the most hard is the work i
make, the most valuable it is for my school and my
diploma. so as i'm now familiar with xslt, i'd

like to

make something harder.

i made an xslt that transform xml data into a


table, where the user can choose how many rows per
page he wants, that automaticaly refresh with the
number he puted, and he can navigate with previous
page, next page, first page an last page button.

what would be in your point of view the next step


an xslt harder ?

here is the structure of my xml :

<field name="Project Site">Paris</field>
<field name="end date">07/04/2001</field>
<field name="Project name">Microsoft Visio 10 VS
Help </field>
<field name="Project Code">ITOSE01001</field>
<field name="Status">Go</field>
<field name="Project Site">Paris</field>
<field name="end date"/>
<field name="Project name">Morgan Stanley-
Shareholder data translation from Korean to
<field name="Project Code">IBESE01107</field>
<field name="Status">Go</field>

any idea would be appreciated.

ps : sorry for my coarse english


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