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Hello all,
A while ago, I did some research on XML and did some work with it, but I never really go into the use of XSL. My basic conception of XSL is that you can, given an XML file and a stylesheet, convert that XML file to just about any other format you want through a XSL processor.
What I want to know is if anyone has any good references for using XSL and getting a good XSL processor. If there are any good tutorials on-line, I'd love to know where they are.
My basic goal, at this point, is to take some data in an XML file and simply convert it to HTML. I could do it through Java, but I thought using XSL might be easier and more straight-forward. So, if you know of anyplace that could help me get started, I'd love to hear about it. If I then have any more specific problems, I'll be sure to come back here.
Thanks for your help,
Corey
 
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Hi Corey,
Here is good to have XSLT tutorial from http://www.xfront.com/
Good Luck..
 
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Checkout http://www.javaranch.com/gramps/XMLLinks.jsp
 
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