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From "Derek Hohls" <>
Subject Re: xhtml table -> mysqlimport
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2006 07:59:46 GMT

I would not say that Saxon has any "learning curve"; your
learning is in the use of XSLT and working with XHTML.
Saxon just does the "grunt" work of running the transform
for you... you do not need to learn how it does this.

>>> 2006/02/08 05:42:42 AM >>>
On 2/7/06, Andrew Stevens < > wrote:
> Another possibility - I just checked the XML features in
> Netbeans and that
> can run XSL Transformations. Free download from
> No doubt there's an equivalent Eclipse plugin too.

Great, thanks :)

> >That is, I need to write the transform document, and run it
> > from the shell?
> Yes, with something like
> java -jar dir/saxon.jar [options] source-document stylesheet
> [params*]
> See 

Great, thanks :)

I have some research to do. Thanks, Andrew, for pointing me in the
right direction(s). I like the idea of using saxon, but, at the same
time, I should be pragmatic, perhaps, and pick a tool with a shorter
learning curve.


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