Re: [xsl] Multiple source documents

Subject: Re: [xsl] Multiple source documents
From: Dieter Böll <dieter.boell@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 07 Sep 2005 11:16:32 +0200
Hello Sylvain,

how about to store the document strings in variables e.g. doc_1 and doc_2.
And traverse the documents with $doc1/user/name and etc.


xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx schrieb am 07.09.05 11:01:30:
> Hello people,
> I have one question that might sound dummy but I'm not clear on how to
> with it.
> Say that I have in my backend repository:
> DOC_1: <user><name>user1</name></user>
> DOC_2: <user><name>user1</name></user>
> Now I want to transform them to output XHTML (or whatever) like this:
> <div>
> <label>Name:</label><span>user1</span>
> <br />
> <label>Name:</label><span>user2</span>
> </div>
> If my XML documents were stored as files on the disk I know I could work
> the document() function in my XSL transform document.
> But they are not on disck ad will be passed to my XSLT processor as strings.
> does it mean I have to concatenate both of them in a meta XML document or
> there a way to process both of them in the same transform?
> I feel like my lack of clarity comes from the fact I miss something here :)
> Thanks for any tip :)
> - Sylvain
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