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Note There are a number of resources on the Web that provide utility templates for XSLT 1.0 to do things
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like finding the maximum or minimum from a set of nodes or formatting dates. In particular, have a look at http://xsltsl.sourceforge.net, http://www.exslt.org, and http://www.topxml.com/xsl/ articles/fp/. Many of these can be done a lot more easily in XSLT 2.0, but you can expect a growing number of utility functions to be made available in similar libraries as XSLT 2.0 grows.
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To reuse most of the templates in another stylesheet, but override some of them, you need to import the stylesheet rather than include it. You can import a stylesheet using the <xsl:import> element, which is very similar to the <xsl:include> element in that it occurs at the top level of the stylesheet, and it takes an href attribute that points to the stylesheet you want to import. The major difference is that any <xsl:import> elements in your stylesheet must be the very first elements in the stylesheet, the first children of the <xsl:stylesheet> document element. For example, the following <xsl:import> element imports the utils.xsl stylesheet: <xsl:import href="utils.xsl" /> If there aren t any conflicts between the importing and imported stylesheet, importing a stylesheet has much the same effect in terms of what the processor does as including that stylesheet would. If TVGuide.xsl imports utils.xsl, this makes the link template that it contains accessible within the effective stylesheet, as illustrated in Figure 12-5.
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TVGuide.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> ... <xsl:import href="utils.xsl" /> ... </xsl:stylesheet> utils.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in utils.xsl --> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet>
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<xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in utils.xsl --> </xsl:template> ... </xsl:stylesheet>
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However, when you import a stylesheet, any templates or other components that are defined within the imported stylesheet can be overridden by their equivalents in the importing stylesheet. This is handy because it allows you to customize the behavior of the components in the imported stylesheet to the requirements of your particular application, for example, to change the way that the imported stylesheet calculates the value for a node when finding the minimum. In a way, this is similar to creating a subclass (your stylesheet) that overrides methods (templates and functions) on its superclass (the imported stylesheet). This overriding behavior is illustrated in Figure 12-6; this time TVGuide.xsl and utils.xsl both have a link template; it s the link template from TVGuide.xsl that gets used.
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TVGuide.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> ... <xsl:import href="utils.xsl" /> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in TVGuide.xsl --> </xsl:template> ... </xsl:stylesheet> utils.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in utils.xsl --> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet>
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<xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in TVGuide.xsl --> </xsl:template> ... </xsl:stylesheet>
Figure 12-6. Importing utils.xsl into TVGuide.xsl with overriding template
The reason that the components in the importing stylesheet override those in the imported stylesheet is that they have higher import precedence. The import precedence of a stylesheet comes into effect when the processor has multiple components to choose from, either because they have the same name or because they match the same node. The kinds of things that you can override in an importing stylesheet are
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Global variable and parameter definitions Key definitions Named templates Matching templates Stylesheet functions If you import several stylesheets, then the one that s imported last will have a higher import precedence than the ones that were imported earlier. So if you import two stylesheets that contain definitions for the same named template (and your importing stylesheet doesn t contain a template of that name), then the template from the last stylesheet that you import will have precedence over the template from the first stylesheet you import. Figure 12-7 illustrates what happens when you have two stylesheets imported one after another; description.xsl is imported after utils.xsl, so the link template from description.xsl is used in preference to the one from utils.xsl.
TVGuide.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> ... <xsl:import href="utils.xsl" /> <xsl:import href="description.xsl" /> ... </xsl:stylesheet> utils.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in utils.xsl --> description.xsl <xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in description.xsl --> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet>
<xsl:stylesheet . . .> <xsl:template name="link"> <!-- template in description.xsl --> </xsl:template> ... </xsl:stylesheet>
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