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From Donald Ball <ba...@webslingerZ.com>
Subject Re: How to reveal original XML document before XSLT was applied?
Date Wed, 12 Jan 2000 22:22:39 GMT
On Sun, 9 Jan 2000, Ted wrote:

> Case:
> 
> XMLDTD1 --(XSLT) --> XMLDTD2
> 
> For example: Chemical Markup Language transformed to HTML
> 
> If I used Cocoon, then, based on the calling browser (Netscape, IE), I
> could automatically format CML into HTML by applying the appropriate
> XSLT automatically (in Cocoon's "media" setting).
> 
> Now, what if I wanted to share XMLDTD1 to another group, who would like
> to call the original document before before the transformation by
> Cocoon. For example, the new (unfamiliar) group would like to
> synchronize the chemical data from the more semantically-oriented
> XMLDTD1 rather than the formatting-oriented XMLDTD2, but the XMLDTD1
> would be coming from my group's server.

Here's what I do:

ln -s document.xml document.sxml

:)

- donald


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