Subject: Re: [xsl] two transformations consecutively with OpenOffice|
From: Emmanouil Batsis <Emmanouil.Batsis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 15:28:39 +0300
I don't really get where you're going there. Maybe my question wasn't clear enough.
Again this is the procedure OpenOffice File => (XSL) => XML => (XSL) => XHTML
I've got both XSL files ...only thing missing is, that I can only assign one XSL
file to the OO filter.The second XSL has to transform the result XML.
Zitat von Emmanouil Batsis <Emmanouil.Batsis@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Background: I'm programming an XSL 2.0 file to use as an export filter inSchema to
The XSL transforms the OpenDocument XML into my own Schema. Afterwards I would like to transform the result XML with the XSL of my
Question: Is it possible (and how?) to get those two transformations into
XSL file? (Since I can only use one XSL file as a filter in OOffice)You can check for the document element name at the root matching template and call the appropriate template. If no namespace URIs in combination with element names match between XHTML and your schema, this is a non issue and you can create templates that match the right nodes.
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