Sorry to jump in on this ... But I'm having similar troubles !
Can a single xsl take two inputs.
yes by using the document() command
for example you can place the value of an external xml file in a variable
<xsl:variable name="myxml" select="document('somefile.xml')"/>
you would then perform transformations on it by refering to the variable
would output the value of a <test/> element.
I thought this thing was not working with XSL 1.0 since the variable would
only contain text, and not a node-set.
btw you will have to understand about RTF and using the common node-set
extension function if you want to get any further doing stuff with this.
Could you please elaborate a little bit more on that point. Just reading the
EXSLT doc was not enough for me to understand the use of the new node-set
Thanks for the help,
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