Re: [xsl] dynamic stylesheet

Subject: Re: [xsl] dynamic stylesheet
From: "Charles Ohana" <cohana@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 09:59:58 -0400
Thanks Mike

It's seems that's it's seeking in the file system. It prefixes the current
path to the href .
I have the following in my xsl .<xsl:import href=""/>

The error message displays
\u\pdf\rpteng\reports\tmp\http:\ (The filename, directory name,
or volume label syntax is incorrect)

Is it normal behavior or am I doing something wrong ?.

The other possibility is my XSLT precessor .
I don't know what kind of XSLT precessor I'm using. It's built in with the
application server (Resin 2.05 from
Maybe I should find out or try with a different (or newer) one .

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Brown" <mike@xxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 6:17 PM
Subject: Re: [xsl] dynamic stylesheet

> Charles Ohana wrote:
> > Hello Friends,
> > Is there a way to import a generated stylesheet something that would
> > like
> > <xsl:import href="http://xslserver/style.jsp?page=1";  />
> The URI reference in the href is just a string passed to a URI resolver
> essential component of the XSLT processor); it makes no difference if the
> is pointing to something that is generated at access time or that is
> more static.
> The XSLT processor relies on a URI resolver to handle xsl:import and
> xsl:include hrefs as well as document() calls. This resolver probably is
> the same one used by your XML parser(s) to resolve external entity
> This resolver may or may not support certain URI schemes; you will need to
> check with your processor's documentation for information on what it does
> support and how to customize its behavior. Generally, http is supported,
> not necessarily in all contexts. Precisely what trouble are you having,
> which processor?
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