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You might also find Chris Bayes s site at http://www.bayes.co.uk/xml useful for identifying what version of MSXML you have installed.
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There are two other tools available from Microsoft at http://msdn.microsoft.com/XML/ XMLDownloads/default.aspx that you will find helpful if you re using MSXML to transform your documents:
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CHAPTER 2 CREATING HTML FROM XML
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Internet Explorer Tools for Validating XML and Viewing XSLT Output Gives a contextmenu option for viewing the result of XSLT transformations in Internet Explorer MSXSL Command Line Transformation Utility Allows you to carry out transformations using MSXML from the command line
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Note The MSXSL command-line utility uses MSXML4 by default. You can also use MSXML4 if you run the
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The easiest way to transform XML with MSXML is to use Internet Explorer to activate the transformation. When you include an xml-stylesheet processing instruction in the XML document and then open that XML document, Internet Explorer reads the xml-stylesheet processing instruction and automatically retrieves the stylesheet you ve pointed to. Internet Explorer uses MSXML to process the stylesheet and shows you the result in an HTML page. If you try opening, in Internet Explorer, HelloWorld2.xml (shown in Listing 2-3), which includes an xml-stylesheet processing instruction that points to HelloWorld.xsl, you should see something like the screenshot shown in Figure 2-3.
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Figure 2-3. Client-side transformation in Internet Explorer You can see that the XSLT stylesheet s been used properly because the title bar of the window shows the title that we used in the XSLT stylesheet. You can check the XML source by viewing the source of the document (either through the View Source option in the context menu or through the Source option in the View menu). The XML document will
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Figure 2-4. Viewing XML source in Notepad If you ve installed the Internet Explorer XML tools, then you can also view the source code of the result of the transformation. Open the context menu and select the View XSL Output option. Another window will open up to show you the result of the transformation, as shown in Figure 2-5.
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Caution Notice that the result of the transformation is encoded in UTF-16 rather than ISO-8859-1. We ll
get on to how you control the encoding of the result of a transformation in 8, but the encoding of the result really doesn t matter when you re doing a client-side transformation because in fact the result is never saved as a physical file, only manipulated by the browser in memory.
If you ve installed the MSXML command line transformation utility, then you can also run transformations from the command line. It will make things easier if you have the MSXSL executable in your path, so either edit your PATH environment variable or copy/move msxsl.exe into the System32 directory on your machine. Now open a command prompt in the directory in which you ve saved HelloWorld2.xml and type the following command line: msxsl HelloWorld2.xml HelloWorld.xsl -o HelloWorld.msxml.html
This command line will use MSXML4 to transform HelloWorld2.xml. If you want to use MSXML3 Tip
instead, include the option -u 3.0 at the end. This should make no difference to the result.
MSXSL ignores the xml-stylesheet processing instruction, and instead uses whatever stylesheet you specify on the command line. In the preceding command line, we direct the output to HelloWorld.msxml.html. If you now open up HelloWorld.msxml.html in a text editor, you ll see the same result for the transformation: <html> <head> <META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-16"> <title>Hello World Example</title></head> <body> <p>Hello World!</p> </body> </html>
If your text editor doesn t understand the UTF-16 encoding, then you may find that HelloWorld.msxsl. Tip html looks strange, with spaces or characters every other character. This is because UTF-16 stores each
character as 2 bytes, but editors that don t understand UTF-16 interpret the first of each of these bytes as a separate character. It s a good idea to find an editor that understands UTF-16 I use EditPlus from http:// www.editplus.com/.
Note There are three differences between the result from MSXML and that from Saxon. First, Saxon indents
the output, MSXML doesn t. Second, MSXML uses a <META> element, whereas Saxon uses a <meta> element (though this doesn t matter since HTML is not case-sensitive). Finally, MSXML uses UTF-16 as its default output encoding, whereas Saxon uses UTF-8 (this is reflected in the content attribute of the <meta> element).
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