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[xsl] Is letting the browser transform XML to XHTML using XSLT a good choice?
Date: 3/2/2006 5:09:00 PM
I am a newbie and need the experts' advice so that I can go in the right direction ..... For a long time our team has extracted the data we wanted, output it as text files, used Perl to convert them into HTML for our customers. Now, our plan is to put the data in XML files. And my job is to transform these XML files to XHMTL for our users. We support these three browsers: IE, Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla(UNIX) Although our initial goal is to publish static pages right now, we would like to publish dynamic pages eventually. For example, allowing the user to choose to look at a given section of the XML file. So is it a good idea to rely on these three browsers' XSLT processor to do the transformation, or should I look into other tools? If yes, what are the tools that I should consider? And what's the best method of generating PDFs from these XML files? Thanks, Gowri __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com