Re: [xsl] tool to create XSL

Subject: Re: [xsl] tool to create XSL
From: Ayelet Kotzer <akotzer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 16:53:58 -0800
Thanks Bob for telling  me to this product. It is really what I am looking for.
Though , it is still has many limitations (you can't select a node which is not
leaf ).

If anyone familiar with any other tool similar, I will be glad to hear about


"Robert C. Lyons" wrote:

> Ayelet wrote:
>         "Is anyone know a tool that can take two XML files
>         and create XSL file? Maybe something that the user
>         can match between elements and the match XSL file
>         will be created."
> EBProvider has a product named XSLWiz which
> "allows users to visually map XML documents
> conforming to one schema to another schema.
> Once the mapping is done, it generates XSLT
> script. The generated XSLT script can be used
> to transform any XML document conforming to
> the first schema to generate the corresponding
> XML document conforming to the target schema."
> For more info, see
> and
> Best regards,
> Bob
> <sig name    = 'Bob Lyons'
>      title   = 'E-Commerce Consultant'
>      company = 'Unidex, Inc.'
>      phone   = '+1-732-975-9877'
>      email   = 'boblyons@xxxxxxxxxx'
>      url     = ''
>      product = 'XML Convert: transforms flat files to XML and vice versa' />
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