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Re: Newbie question - is XSLT the technology for this?

From: "Han" <hp4444@------.---.----->
Date: 10/17/2005 1:46:00 PM
If the job is simple XSLT is expensive. DOM will do. What is your 
development environment?

Pohwan Han. Seoul. Have a nice day.
"Bryan" <bryan@n...> wrote in message 
> Hi -
>    I have a collection of XML (vxml actually) files. I would like to
> be able to use them as templates and substitute for various items
> before I send them back to the voice platform (VXML is a voice
> technology.)
> For example, I'd like to have a template that contains the following
> fragment:
> <prompt>
> <audio src="AudioID-xxx">
> </audio>
> </prompt>
> and have the AudioID-xxx replaced with a URL. I know I could do this
> with StringBuilder and Replace, or with Regular Expressions, but since
> the vxml document is already a proper XML document, I thought I should
> consider XSLT.
> So, two questions:
> 1. Is this an appropriate use of XSLT and
> 2. If it is, can someone give a brain-dead old coder like me a simple
> example?
> Thanks,
> Bryan 


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