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    XML/XSL transformations with ASP or JSP

    Hi,

    Does anyone have any experience doing XML/XSL transformations using ASP or Java? If so, can you suggest any online references or tutorials?

    I have done xml/xsl transformations but what I would like to learn is how to take my resulting HTML output and have it appear in my ASP or JSP page.

    Thank You

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    I've only experience using XML with ASP.

    This is a great article if you are using data from ADO Recordsets.

    http://www.aspzone.com/articles/jody/xmlxslt/

    You can also search for "xml xsl" at 4 Guys From Rolla. I believe they have a number of articles about it.

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    Duckie,

    You were right, I did find some good articles at http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/. In case you're interested, I found another site that was helpful:
    http://www.vbxml.com/

    Thanks,
    Makeda

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    jsp

    if you want to use jsp there is a decent enough article using cocoon on devshed

    http://www.devshed.com/Client_Side/XML/INTCXX/

    or in 'java server programming j2ee edition' from wrox press there are 2 great chapters that get you started (15 and 16 i think) with some code written by one of the authors. all you need is tomcat running alongside (or independently if you want) apache and away you go.

    i found using the jsp aproach rewarding in that if you want later (when the understanding fully kicks in and your java programming is better than mine) you could fully customise the framework to work exactly how you wish or even write your own.

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    I did some XML/XSLT with ASP 3.0/MSXML 3. I used MSXML SDK documentation as a "tutorial" for a start.
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