Having just completed the last chapter on XML and XSL, you are probably hungry for more and want to learn how you can use XML on the Web to generate more sophisticated reports. This chapter will help you do just that as we work through some exercises to create XML web reports. Web reports are nothing more than data formatted and displayed in such a manner as to make the information useful. There are many third-party tools that you can purchase to create web reports; but why go to the expense when XML and XSL are free and perfectly adequate for our needs?


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