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Subject: RE: [xsl] Re: Displaying XSLT XML result in IE ?
From: "Mike Spencer" <spencer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 10:32:41 -0800

Andrew,
Yes I see what you see,and xselerator is real cool, I agree,  but perhaps I
didnt make myself clear here. I have developed a separate specialized biz
application, in which I am transforming an xml file to another xml file that
I wish to be viewable in my application and saveable in order for me to use
it as an import file into another app. What I need is code that will
reproduce something similar to the buttons shown in Xselerator such that I
can make my output file visible ansd saveable as an xml file from within my
application exclusively. My users would go nuts, (especially since they are
not teckie types) if they had to switch back and forth between my app and
xselerator.
Regards
Mike

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[mailto:owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Andrew Welch
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Subject: RE: [xsl] Re: Displaying XSLT XML result in IE ?



> all I see in my app as a result of the xslt
> is the text in the browser not the xml, with no way of saving 
> it as xml. I see nothing in their examples that shows me how 
> to do that. Thanks for your input.

In the output window there are some buttons across the top, they are:

Text view (the result xml of the transform)
Tree view (xml as a tree)
XML view (using IE's inbuilt stylesheet)
Result view (what your result looks like in IE)
SVG view (your result passed to an SVG processor)
FO view (your result passed to an FO processor)

and some others, one of which is a 'save as' so you can save out the result
of your transform.

I often cut and paste (x)html (or FO or SVG) into Xselerators output window
so I can easily switch between editing the code and viewing the output with
having to save/reload every time.  It's a really good tool.





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