Transformation using Saxon xslt2.0.

Discussion in 'XML' started by shinde.shailesh@gmail.com, Jun 28, 2006.

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    Hi All,

    I have to develop xslt2.0 for transformation xml file which looks like
    below. In xslt2.0 looks fro "@langid", if @langid="en-US" than it
    generates output html file say output1 and if finds @langid="de-DEU"
    than generates output html file say output2.html.

    Can you please help me to develop this type of xslt.

    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <Chapter>
    <Topic>
    <Title>Command Summary</Title>
    <src langid="en-US">
    command summary, The following
    is a list of the Auto Electrical commands, a brief description
    of each and the associated toolbutton.</src>
    <tgt langid="de-DEU">Target: command summary, The following
    is a list of the Auto Electrical commands, a brief description
    of each and the associated toolbutton.</tgt>
    <src langid="en-US">
    command summary, The following
    is a list of the Auto Electrical commands, a brief description
    of each and the associated toolbutton.</src>
    <tgt langid="de-DEU">Target: command summary, The following
    is a list of the Auto Electrical commands, a brief description
    of each and the associated toolbutton.</tgt>
    <src langid="en-US">You can turn on the
    visibility of the toolbars from the Projects &amp; Toolbars menu
    or by right-clicking a toolbar and selecting from the Electrical
    list. All of the smaller toolbars not listed here are found on the
    Main Electrical or Main Electrical 2 toolbars.</src>
    <tgt langid="de-DEU">You can turn on the
    visibility of the toolbars from the Projects &amp; Toolbars menu
    or by right-clicking a toolbar and selecting from the Electrical
    list. All of the smaller toolbars not listed here are found on the
    Main Electrical or Main Electrical 2 toolbars.</tgt>
    </Topic>
    </Chapter>

    Thanks,
    Shailesh
     
    , Jun 28, 2006
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