Subject: Re: [xsl] Java program to Generate plain XSLT for XML|
From: Senthilkumaravelan Krishnanatham <senthil@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:15:01 -0700
To be more precise, Say I have an XML as test.xml like <PERSONS> <TEST> <NAME>SENTHIL</NAME> <AGE></AGE> </TEST> <TEST> <NAME>SENTHIL</NAME> <AGE></AGE> </TEST> <TEST> <NAME>SENTHIL</NAME> <AGE></AGE> </TEST> </PERSONS> I except my java program to generate XSL for all the element in XML. Elements are in Dynamic in nature. Hope I am clear what I am looking for, Thanks, Senthil
Someone creates an XSLT file to produce a new file by transforming one (or more) original
Actually, you don't really have to change anything at all. A perfectly legitimate (although not very useful) XSLT file,
<xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/ Transform">
<xsl:copy-of select="." />
simply makes a copy of the original.
Since XSLT files are created to produce a specific output, you first need to decide what you want the output document to look like before you can design an XSLT file to produce it.
Perhaps you could refine your question and give more specifics.
-- Charles Knell cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email
-----Original Message----- From: Senthilkumaravelan Krishnanatham <senthil@xxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 09:29:48 -0700 To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [xsl] Java program to Generate plain XSLT for XML
Hi All, I am new to this group and I found interesting about the group. I need a startup kit kind of thing.Is there any program which would help me to create a XSLT for any given XML file . Please throw light light on it. That would be much help. Thanks for your support. Regards, Senthil On Aug 22, 2006, at 1:27 PM, Michael Kay wrote:
<xsl:template match="list"> <fo:list-block> <xsl:apply-templates select="@*
That will apply-templates to the attributes of the list element, but if you've written any template rules that match attributes, you haven't shown them to us.
| *[contains(@type,$my_version) or string-length(@type)=0] | text()"/>
That will match children of the list element that have a type attribute satisfying certain conditions, but in the XML you showed us, no children of the list element have a type attribute.
That will match text node children of the list element, but in the data you showed us, the only text node children of the list element were whitespace.
Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/