RE: [xsl] Advise on xsl usage producing very complex html

Subject: RE: [xsl] Advise on xsl usage producing very complex html
From: "Pollington, Lee (ELSLON)" <lee.pollington@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 13:20:22 -0000
Can I merge document trees in XSLT (or some other way). Basically I want to
merge XML documents and the result should be a "master" XML document. My
goal is to create a definitive XML document from a very large dataset, then
generate a DTD from this document allowing me to analyse implemented DTD
structure against the actual DTD. I guess I would have to know what was in
the result tree already to know whether to or not to copy the current node
to it, as I wouldn't want to duplicate nodes in the output, as this would
not truely represent the document structure, eg. two files, the first
contains a, b the second a,b,c, the result should be a,b,c not aa,bb,c

any ideas appreciated,

 -----Original Message-----
 From: Eric van der Vlist [mailto:vdv@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
 Sent: 31 January 2001 12:52
 To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 Subject: Re: [xsl] Advise on xsl usage producing very complex html
 viewga wrote:
 > Maybe some other ideas exists ???
 You can include your HTML stuff in a separate document and include it:
 <xsl:copy-of select="document('path-to-my-doc')"/>
 You can also apply templates on this document, but this is 
 another story
 [1] ;=) 
 Eric van der Vlist       Dyomedea                  
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