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XSL Reference/Tutorial

 
Greenhorn
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Does anyone know of a good XSL Reference or tutorial on the web?
 
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Checkout our XML links page. It has more than what you asked for
 
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If you usually like some quick and easy examples (like I do) then you might consider investing in Java and XML from O'Reilly. It has some pretty simple XSL examples and explains it step by step. It definitely helped me get started.
Bill
 
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This is a terrific xsl tutorial:
http://www.xml101.com/xsl/
Julia
 
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Check out http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/. The open XSL forum has answered many of my questions. This site contains more detailed information on XSL and XPath than the XML101 resources.
 
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When I downloaded Xalan-J 2.0.1, I was very impressed with the amount of documentation that found its way into the comments in the source code of the samples. Don't know if you have Xalan, but it's a great resource if you do.
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