AW: [xsl] hard problem

Subject: AW: [xsl] hard problem
From: Nikolas.Nehmer@xxxxxxxxxxx (Nikolas Nehmer)
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 19:07:55 +0100

thanks for your reply. So the thing you want to do is something like the
following ? 

<xsl:apply-templates select="document(external.xml)..."

Best regards,

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|Betreff: Re: [xsl] hard problem
|At 2004-02-01 17:31 +0100, Nikolas Nehmer wrote:
|>But what I want to do now is to make something like to call the
|>publication's visualizer. In my opinion xlink:show="embed" would be a
|>very simple solution to my problem but as I know this function is not
|>implemented yet in browsers like Mozilla. Does anyone have some
|>suggestions? Maybe something like simulating the xlink:show="embed"
|>functionality on XSL level (in the list.xsl) could be a solution?!
|Have you looked at using the document() function (section 12.1) to push
|nodes of another source document through your stylesheet?  Your
|can have template rules for each of the document types and which ever
|document your xlink points to will fire that type's templare rules in
|giving you the effect of "embed".
|I hope this helps.
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