RE: [xsl] performing 2 conversions on 2 diff xmls?

Subject: RE: [xsl] performing 2 conversions on 2 diff xmls?
From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 21:44:50 +0100
It's probably better to put the two transformations into a pipeline
using whatever API you are using to control the transformation. You can
do a two-pass operation within a single stylesheet, but you (a) need to
use the xx:node-set() extension to make the result of the first pass
accessible to the second, and (b) need to add modes to one of the phases
to avoid its template rules clashing with the template rules used in the
other phase.

Michael Kay

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> Subject: [xsl] performing 2 conversions on 2 diff xmls?
> I have:
> 1) An xsl (first.xsl) which selects and copies elements from 
> an xml doc 
> (first.xml) to create a resulting xml doc(second.xml)
> 2) An xsl (second.xsl) which performs a transformation on the 
> second.xml to 
> create a web page (html tags)
> is there any way to incldue the first transformation at the top of 
> second.xsl file. I thought about using import or include but 
> didnt think it 
> was appropriate?
> thanks
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