Re: two DOMs, one stylesheet

Subject: Re: two DOMs, one stylesheet
From: "Jonathan Borden" <jborden@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 21:04:05 -0400
Do you really need a DOM for bar.xml or can you let xslt handle the details,

<xsl:template match="HIPPO">
<HIPPO><xsl:attribute name="yada"> <xsl:value-of
select="document('bar.xml')/ZEBRA" /> </xsl:attribute> </HIPPO>

> Is it possible to process two files, foo.xml and bar.xml, using blort.xsl,
> and have blort.xsl build and use a DOM for both foo.xml and bar.xml.
> For example, document foo.xml is the main document to be processed, but
> for the template for element HIPPO, we will output the HIPPO element
> unchanged, except that we want to add an attribute to it. That attribute
> should come from element ZEBRA inside the other document, bar.xml.
> Does that make sense? How would one accomplish this?
Jonathan Borden

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