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  • Initialism of Extensible Style Sheet Language Transformations.

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Examples

  • Can you call the XSLT of the XML you want to work with via document?

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  • I’d like to do it in XSLT 1.0 – I may send it off to the folks on xsl-list to see if they can come up with something that works with XSLT 1.0.

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  • I’m most of the way through writing an open source OPML-to-XOXO parser in XSLT 1.0.

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  • There’s no straight forward way to parse the expansionState in XSLT, but it would be extremely simple to implement expanded in XSLT (as I will have to soon for the XOXO-OPML bridge work).

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  • Yes, expansionstate with XSLT is not the easiest thing, but it’s possible.

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  • Indeed, the original requestor decided to move directly to using XSLT, which is of course always an option.

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  • Additionally you should understand XSLT, which is a "language for transforming XML documents into XHTML documents or to other XML documents" (3) and XPATH, "a language for finding information in an XML document."

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  • Service routing defines a message path across a number of servers or nodes and message content transformations are implemented using XML technologies such as XSLT and proprietary adapters.

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  • Of course, other XML related standards at the W3C, such as XSLT, XPath, XQuery and XInclude were evolving at the same time so it has taken a while but we now (March 9, 2010) have a proposed W3C recommendation.

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  • Module 3 introduces topics related to the management of XML data including understanding and querying XML data through technologies such as XSLT, XPath and Query.

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