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Visually mapping XML to HTML..generating XSL

 
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Is there any swing tool or API/library which will help me mapping an XML to an HTML, visually ...and geneate the XSL script for the mapping?
Any pointers that will help in doing so?
thanks in advance.
 
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Check it out


stylevision™ 5 is the ultimate XML tool for Web developers, providing powerful visual conversion utilities for painless migration of traditional HTML websites to advanced XML-based sites which are in full compliance with new web standards: XML, XSLT & XML Schema, the technological foundation of all future web development. stylevision™ 5 also includes an XML Schema Editor and a graphical drag-and-drop interface for creating XSLT Stylesheets.



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Thanks Nicolas,but what I am looking for is a Java version of this or maybe a library/API to facilitate writing an app like this.
Any pointers?

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