Re: [xsl] Perpetuating xsl instructions

Subject: Re: [xsl] Perpetuating xsl instructions
From: Alan Gardner <scipiomedia@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 10:23:47 -0600
The solution requires dynamically writing a web page by aggregating n number
of XML docs without writing any code (a one off solution). Essentially a
chain reaction is initiated where the first XSL document runs up a 'tree' of
XML documents, merging XML into itself. The terminating transformation
results in a pure XML document (minus the XSL) with all the content needed
to build the web page.

If you can think of another solution, we'd love to hear it.


On 5/12/03 7:03 PM, "Michael Kay" <mhk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It's not a normal programming pattern to modify a program as a result of
> running it. You can probably achieve this if you are determined. But we
> would all like to know what unusual requirement has caused you to come
> up with this unusual design approach, and so far you haven't told us.
> You just keep saying that this is the way you want to solve your
> problem, without telling us what your problem is.
> Michael Kay
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