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From Giacomo Pati <>
Subject Re: Multiple XSL files used simultaneously
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2000 08:23:51 GMT
"Dubois, Julien" wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm trying to have an XML file being processed through two consecutive XSL
> files. Does anybody knows how to do that? Is it even possible?
> To show you more precisely what I mean, I would like to:
> 1. Take an XML file.
> 2. Transform this XML file into another XML file (to transform it into the
> "standard" XML we use for our project).
> 3. Transform this last XML file into HTML (with our "standard" XSL used for
> the rest of the project).
> As you can imagine, step 3 is the same for the whole project (everybody in
> the project should use our "standard" XML and XSL). But I can get some XML
> files different from our "standard", which in that case should be first
> transformed into our "standard" XML (this is step 2).
> So, can do those two transformations consecutively, using  only Cocoon? What
> headers should I include in the first XML file?

Make sure your stylesheet in step 2 generates the following processing
  <?xml-stylesheet href="you-standard.xsl" type="text/xsl"?>
  <?cocoon-process type="xslt"?>


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