RE: [xsl] Filtering XML with XSL

Subject: RE: [xsl] Filtering XML with XSL
From: "Steve Gold" <Steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2003 23:33:19 -0500
We do this running Microsoft Windows 2000 web server and XML 4.0 parser.
Active Server Pages (ASP) does the transformation and it is very
straightforward.  We also have a non-ASP version that does the XML to
XSL transformation using JavaScript but this works on Internet Explorer
only as it uses an Active-X, etc.  (We only really use that version when
distributing the site on CD-ROM.)

Our entire site is XML-based.  

As an example, one path visitors can take allows them to select a year,
then see all the training courses for that year, grouped by month or
topic.  Then they can click a month and see a calendar for that month or
a schedule for that course, etc.  If your site will be running Windows
2000 web server, or if others are interested, I can provide the code.
(Steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) It is all pretty cut and paste and works great.  

Hope this helps.

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[mailto:owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James Hunt
Sent: Saturday, February 01, 2003 6:55 PM
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Subject: [xsl] Filtering XML with XSL

I would like to develop a web site that involve allowing a user to
choose a value from a combo box and then connect them to a site that
filters a xml file from which item they have selected.

For Example:
If the user has a combo box with zip codes in it. When they select a zip
codethey are led to another site that only shows the records with the
specified zip code.

Can someone point me to the right direction? If someone knows a site
that has an example like this please let me know.


XML Example:
            <StreetAddress>My Street</StreetAddresss>
            <City>My City</City>
            <StreetAddress>My Street 2</StreetAddresss>
            <City>My City 2</City>
            <StreetAddress>My Street 3</StreetAddresss>
            <City>My City 3</City>

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