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From "Alexander Zirl" <alex.z...@web.de>
Subject AW: xml and xsl
Date Wed, 12 Jan 2005 20:56:16 GMT
If I understand you correctly >> No, there's no reasonable way of
restricting the application of an xsl file. Why would you do that anyways? I
mean, if you want to restrict it to a certain part, you need to know which
parts, right? Knowing this, just choose a different xsl file before the
transformation.

To make things simple, you could have one master xsl file, and a set of
other xsl files taking the master file as an input and transforming it to
its special needs. In this way, you just need to keep track of the master
xsl file, once the other xsl files have been set up. This avoids having to
care about many xsl files that are similar.

Hope this was a bit of help. Best,
Alex 

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Betreff: Re: xml and xsl

I used the aggregator to fetch the different xml and parse them using
single.xsl.

I have a problem though. For every xml , the entire xsl is being
applied. But i want only a part of the xsl to be applied for every
xml.

Can this be done?

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