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From Merico Raffaele <>
Subject AW: Newbie to Cocoon
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2005 08:10:53 GMT
Hi Anshuk

Since an XSL file is also an XML file it possible to do it with Cocoon. But
it's more the job of a XSLT processor than of Cocoon. Cocoon is on top of
it. Cocoon is the control centre to control an n-step XML transformation
from the sourceing (generation) to the final result (serialization). Between
these two steps you can transform your XML data as may times as you need it,
relaying on given or on your own functionality. 

But if you are just looking for a XSLT processor, you do not need Cocoon. I
can recommend you 2 XSLT processors:

Saxon (also available as open source version) is a great product. And
Michael Kay, the author of Saxon, does a great job. Please also note the XSL
list at

Hope this helps

> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: anshuk pal chaudhuri []
> Gesendet: Samstag, 10. Dezember 2005 06:15
> An:
> Betreff: Newbie to Cocoon
> Hi,
> I was going through the Cocoon documentation.I m
> completely new to it.
> What I am really interested is in transformation.
> Say I am doin a kind of mapping from XML to XML.
> What I am trying to know is it possible to generate
> the XSL File using Cocoon?
> I am still not exactly sure what cocoon does,but just
> askin!!
> Anshuk
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