Community-Credit.com | NonProfitWays.com | SOAPitstop.com   Skin:   
      User: Not logged in 
Stylesheet Types

Multiple Data Sources - Performing transformations on Multiple XML Documents.

Stylesheet Description Files
Document With NodeSet to HTML Combining Multiple XML Documents and accessing them through the document function. This stylesheet demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents into a single data source. In this example, the document names are stored as an attribute value. The stylesheet that combines the data first accesses each XML Document name using the document() function (demonstrating also how an xPath query can be applied to the document) and displays each document as HTML using the DisplayProds template. Note: This example was originally inspired by Kurt Cagle (http://www.KurtCagle.net). Output
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
Parsed Entity to HTML Combining Multiple XML Documents as a Parsed Entity. This example demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents as a reference to one or more parsed entities. In this example, each XML document is represented as a parsed entity, which is referenced in the dtd. The entities are combined in the ParsedEntity.xml document and are transformed to HTML using the ParsedEntity.xsl file, which also uses the DisplayProds template to format the HTML data. NOTE: This example was originally inspired by Jeni Tennison (www.jenitennison.com). Output
XSL File
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
UnParsed Entity to HTML Combining Multiple XML Documents as Unparsed Entities. This example demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents as a reference to one or more unparsed entities. In this example, each XML document is represented as an unparsed entity, which is referenced in the dtd. The entities are combined in the UnParsedEntity.xml document and are transformed to HTML using the UnParsedEntity.xsl file, which also uses the DisplayProds template to format the HTML data. NOTE: This example was originally inspired by Ken G. Holman ( http://www.CraneSoftwrights.com/links/trn-xps.htm).. Output
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
Document As Attribute to XML Combining Multiple XML Documents using document names as attributes. This stylesheet demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents into a single data source. In this example, the name of the xml document is stored as an attribute value. The document() function is used in the stylesheet to create an instance of each xml document.The end result of the transformation is a combination of all of the input XML documents into a single XML document. Output
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
Document With NodeSet to XML Combining Multiple XML Documents and accessing them through the document function. This stylesheet demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents into a single data source. In this example, the document names are stored as an attribute value. The stylesheet that combines the data first accesses each XML Document name using the document() function (demonstrating also how an xPath query can be applied to the document) and displays each document as HTML using the DisplayProds template. Note: This example was originally inspired by Kurt Cagle (http://www.KurtCagle.net). Output
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
Parsed Entity to XML Combining Multiple XML Documents as a Parsed Entity. This example demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents as a reference to one or more parsed entities. In this example, each XML document is represented as a parsed entity, which is referenced in the dtd. The entities are combined in the ParsedEntity.xml document and are transformed to HTML using the ParsedEntity.xsl file, which also uses the DisplayProds template to format the HTML data. NOTE: This example was originally inspired by Jeni Tennison (www.jenitennison.com). Output
XSL File
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
UnParsed Entity to XML Combining Multiple XML Documents as Unparsed Entities. This example demonstrates how to combine multiple XML documents as a reference to one or more unparsed entities. In this example, each XML document is represented as an unparsed entity, which is referenced in the dtd. The entities are combined in the UnParsedEntity.xml document and are transformed to HTML using the UnParsedEntity.xsl file, which also uses the DisplayProds template to format the HTML data. NOTE: This example was originally inspired by Ken G. Holman ( http://www.CraneSoftwrights.com/links/trn-xps.htm). Output
XSL File
XML Set File
XML File1
XML File2
Download this sample
Fans of "The Office"
Dwight Bobbleheads are here!
  “It's me! I'm the bobblehead! Yes!”



Advertise on XMLPitstop

Advertise on XMLPitstop


EggHead Cafe
Web Servicee development
DotNetSlackers
VoIP Internettelefonie AT
conference calls
IP Network Security Cameras
conference calling
Web Hosting
Versace sunglasses

Interested in Text ads?
2,334 Total Members
46 members(last 30 days)
9 members(last 7 days)
1 members(today)

1,637 Total Discussions
6 Posts(last 30 days)
1 Posts(last 7 days)
0 Posts(today)

22,629 Total Blog Posts
2,089 Blogs(last 30 days)
547 Blogs(last 7 days)
0 Blogs(today)

8,699 Newsgroup Posts
0 Posts(last 30 days)
0 Posts(last 7 days)
0 Posts(today)

13,814 Total Resources
8 Resources(last 30 days)
2 Resources(last 7 days)
0 Resources(today)


 

David Silverlight's XMLPitstop.com
2801 Florida Ave #225
305-447-1139