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From "Grange, John" <>
Subject XSL Reuse: Including XSL documents in a master xsl document
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2004 15:10:56 GMT

This question has probably been posed and answered before.  If so, can
somebody point me to where?

I am creating reports (some of which are in pdf) using cocoon as a display
engine.  The reports have to be presented differently based upon user
preference.  I would like to be able to include a document containing the
attribute-sets into my stylesheet which is looked up based on the requesting
user.  The information as to where to find the document can be found in the
document being transformed and I can populate a variable with the url, but I
don't seem to be able to include it into the document, either using
xsp:include or xsp:import.

In addition to this, all reports have an exceptions portion, the xsl of
which I can write once, if I can persuade cocoon to include it into my xsl

I think, if I cannot get xsp:include or xsp:import to work for me, I'm going
to have to write a pipeline which transforms my xsl document, but I'm not
sure how to produce xsl from an xsl transformation.

Help, please....

John Grange 
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