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I WAnted to know the limitations of XML i.e as per the standard W3C imposed u canoot apply any values dynamically , apart from it what are th e limitations of XSL
 
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Limitations of XML or XSL ?? Which one are you talking about?
 
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XSL limitations as w3c standard.
IS it advisable to USE Microsoft specific tags like
xsl:script
xsl:eval etc....
thanks in advance
sunils.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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