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From "Jon Tonberg" <>
Subject RE: Nested transformations
Date Mon, 23 May 2005 09:46:39 GMT
> Does someone of you know how to use the result of a xslt
> transformation as the source of another ?
> 1] xml1 + xsl1 ----->xsl2
> 2] xml2 + xsl2 -----> xml3

If I understand you correctly (should xsl2 = xml2 in step 1] ?), it should be as simple as

	<map match="your-pattern">
		<map:part src="xml1.xml"/>
		<map:transform src="xsl1.xsl">
		<map:transform src="xsl2.xsl">
		<map:serialize type="output-type"/>

... xsl2.xsl will transform the output of xml1.xml transfored through xsl1.xsl.


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