RE: XSL stylesheet for packing slip

Subject: RE: XSL stylesheet for packing slip
From: "Xu, Xiaocun" <XXu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 17:13:26 -0400
Thanks for your advise.  I checked out the catalog at, and found
the retail industry probably most closely map to what I am trying to do.
But the only entry there First Retail Markup Language (FRML)
came up empty, I guess they yet to have it finished.

Then I took your next advice, which is take an invoice (header and detail)
and trim it down into a decent packing slip example.  I took the VISA
invoice XML specs and the accompanying XSL and try work from there.

Much thanks,

> As David noted, consolidates a number of sources, they are 
> sponsored by OASIS and went live very recently.  They're actively 
> soliciting schema submissions, but I haven't found much current 
> content.  (Maybe I just wasn't looking in the right place.)
>   A couple of other places to look for DTDs and XML samples:
> ......
> >I think the main thing you need is a tag-set (shall we even say
> >a "schema"?) for shipping documents. You might find something at
> >
> >that is being proposed as a standard.
> >
> > >I am looking for XML DTD, a sample XML document and XSL stylesheet
> > >for packing slip to build a proof of concept. Anybody have any
> > >experience with something like that? If not, where would I able to
> > >find XSL stylesheet library?

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