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RE: [xsl] Role of XSLT?

From: Brian Grainger <granam@------->
Date: 10/28/2002 7:08:00 PM
The only Americanism which bugs this Canuck is the dropping of the 
conjunction 'of' as in 'a couple days'.

Anyway, to get back to the subject of this thread, if you apply the concept 
of a separation between content and presentation, then I would say that 
business rules apply to content and XSLT applies to the presentation of 
that content.

Following this line, you should be using something other than XSLT to 
modify your data (ie. 5% discount), and then using XSLT to present that 
modified data.


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