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From Mark Eggers <>
Subject Re: Tomcat, Apache, XML, XSLT, Taglibs, C, LDAP, Kitchen sink...
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 22:28:02 GMT

This is from the following reference:

Or parse an absolute URL via the "url" attribute 

    <xtags:parse url=""/>

You can parse a web app resource using an absolute URI
relative to the web-app context using the "uri"

    <xtags:parse uri="/data/foo.xml"/>

Or you can use a URI relative to the the current JSP

    <xtags:parse uri="foo.xml"/>

Also, from the following source:

xml  The URL or URI of the XML document to style

So, from the documentation, you should be able to
state the following:

<xtags:style xml="http://remote-host/foo.xml"

Please note I have not used xtags, being very happy
wiith cocoon for my XML publishing needs.


just my two cents . . . .

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