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Beginning XSLT pp 530-578 | Cite as

Dynamic XSLT

  • Jeni Tennison

Abstract

So far, we have mainly transformed XML in a batch process from the command line. Using a command-line processor is very useful when first developing a stylesheet for several reasons. Firstly, it tends to be easier and quicker to debug stylesheets when using a processor from the command line rather than using it in a more dynamic environment. Secondly, there are lots of processors that you can use from the command line, so you can often work out what’s going wrong by trying to use several different ones on the same transformation. Thirdly, command lines often give you access to additional information about the performance of the stylesheet, such as timing information or trace reports that you can use to perfect the stylesheet.

Keywords

Server Side Client Side Document Object Model Component Definition Template Object 
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