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From Ralph Goers <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: How to avoid xpath's document() function?
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2004 14:21:40 GMT
At 9/20/2004  06:51 AM, you wrote:


>My first idea was to use the XIncludeTransformer. The problem here is
>that the returned information has to be processed dynamically. So I
>can't simply include a returned sub-tree unmodified.
>(OK, admittedly I could split the stylesheet into two parts, but I still
>believe there must be a *nicer* way.)
>
>My second idea was to use aggregation, so i would merge the source XML
>and all the XML files needed for looking-up some information while
>transforming. So the process would be quite the same, but I could stay
>within the same XML file. Despite this I find this approach a bit
>clumsy, because eventually I must carry along quite large XML trees just
>for asking for some values.
>
>Is there sombody out there, with more elegant ideas?

How about CInclude?




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