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Re: ok, massive dilemma, please help!!

From: Vix <vixcc@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 21:08:07 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <20011127050807.43345.qmail@web21110.mail.yahoo.com>
To: Dudley.Butt@za.didata.com, www-xsl-fo@w3.org
--- Dudley.Butt@za.didata.com wrote:
> Here is what i have...a DTD and XML file already populated with data. What I
> have to do is extract only some of the data from the XML and create a nice
> looking report. Can anyone tell if there is an easier way or is XSLT the
> best way to generate the resulting file, which must also be an XML
> file.....HEEEELLLPPP
> I'm new to all this so please, anyone with some cool ideas or suggestions
> will be most valuable
> 
>  <<Central_Provident_fund.xml>> 

XSLT is the best way as you said.
Yet, I suggest that you try getting it done quicker by trying to open it using Netscape 6.
Netscape 6, up to my knowledge, supports XML/DTD transformations up to a good extent.
Yet, what you need to have, is an XSL file for the transformation.

Best regards,

Vix!


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