You can also look into using the command line Xalan ap.
To run Xalan, you will need the Java Development Kit or Java Runtime 1.1.8,
1.2.2, or 1.3, which you can obtain from ibm.com/java/jdk/ or java.sun.com.
More specifically, you can get the Java 2 Runtime Environment for Windows
at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/jre/download-windows.html .
Note: If you already have a version of Java installed on your machine, you
should not install the Java Runtime Environment. Do this only if you do not
have Java already installed on your machine.
Download the Java Runtime Environment for your machine
Open a My Computer Window and locate the downloaded file.
Double-click on the file. The Install Wizard will run and lead you through
At 6/14/2002 02:47 PM, you wrote:
>At 2002-06-14 17:33 +0100, John Hanratty/Towers Perrin wrote:
>>Can I use XSLT to "create" files? I want to write an XSLT script that takes
>>my XML book, and generates one XHTML file for every <section>, so the
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