Re: [xsl] loading and unloading xml files using xslt

Subject: Re: [xsl] loading and unloading xml files using xslt
From: Alice Wei <ajwei@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 13:47:45 -0500

I have a suggestion here although I am not sure if this is what you are trying to do.

If you want to just load some file by looking for specific nodes according to their occurrences, you might want to put in <xsl:if> statements, and if the parameter is true, you can do something like <xsl:include href="xslt_example_template.xsl" />. If else, then don't put in anything.

I hope this helps.


Quoting Senthil Nathan <rsennat@xxxxxxxxx>:

I would like to know how to load / unload xml files from the main xml file.

ie. say there is "a.xml", to which I load "b.xml". (means i see the
leaf nodes in b.xml
and append those in the a.xml").
Now, I would like to unload "b.xml" from this. (ie., remove those
nodes added earlier).
I know this can be done by looking for those specific nodes and remove
it the way i added
the child.

My question here is, whether all this load / unload can be done using xslt???


Alice Wei MIS 2008 School of Library and Information Science Indiana University Bloomington ajwei@xxxxxxxxxxx 812-856-2659

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