Subject: Re: [xsl] Building XML|
From: Steve <subsume@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 11:50:45 -0400
Ummm, I'm not sure what your question is. I get you're trying to ask about design, which isn't really related to xsl. I think you're creating several files that are related and using document() to access them.
Designing good schemas and practice is something that takes time, knowledge, skill, and practice. It also often times in my experience requires discussion among others who have taken time and know both xml systems and the current system you are modelling.
What are you asking? It's rather hard to respond to an email that has half-completed sentences and thoughts. I'm sure if you're new to these concepts the design is less than optimal. But to get it to a better place would require more involvment than near random advice from strangers who only have vague descriptions of the situations. (No offense to any on this list, you are all quite impressive and probably could get farther than most.)
ps. For more general xml questions you might want to try the XML-DEV list.
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