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Subject: Re: [xsl] Creating Multiple Files from One Input File (fwd)
From: Betty Harvey <harvey@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 14:04:12 -0400 (EDT)

Thanks for everyone that offered help.

Michael, this is exactly what I want to do.  Basically I have a
presentation DTD that I have created.  I have created 3 stylesheets to
allow navigation.  An previous presentation I gave on Accessibility that
I used this method is available at:

	http://www.eccnet.com/papers/accessibility/frames.xml (You have
        to use IE 6.0 in order to see it - I tried to use this method
        with Sablotron and it didn't work.)

This method actually works pretty well for small presentations but I would
like to keep larger presentation materials in one file and create the
presentation on-the-fly chunking each slide into it's own HTML file. This
is easy to do with Omnimark but since I already have an XSLT stylesheet it
seems logical to try and do it using XSLT.

It looks like <saxon:output> or <saxon:document> since I am using Saxon

Thanks again for everyone's help.


Betty Harvey, XML Consultant,        | Phone: 410-787-9200 FAX: 9830
Electronic Commerce Connection, Inc. |
harvey@xxxxxxxxxx                    | Washington,DC SGML/XML Users Grp
URL:  http://www.eccnet.com          | http://www.eccnet.com/xmlug/

On Fri, 5 Oct 2001, Michael R. Hahn wrote:

> Hi, Betty:
> BH> The subject says it all.  I would like to create multiple files
> BH> based on a single input files.  I haven't found anyway to do it is
> BH> XSLT.  I can do it with Omnimark fairly easy but would prefer to
> BH> do it in XSLT since a stylesheet has already been created for the
> BH> entire files.
> Several of the XSLT processors have extensions (saxon:output,
> xt:document, xalan:write) to produce multiple output files...I guess
> I'm not exactly sure what you're asking...


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