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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: Sudoku Solver complete - and shes ...
May 2, 2006 ... Invalid board - The starting board is not correct</xsl:message> .... The code I posted doesn't guess yet, and I'm still tying to come up ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: Using collection() and saxon ...
Nov 9, 2006 ... For example finding, grouping and sorting all links in your collection of XML files. Coding the XSLT takes minutes and running it takes time ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: A CSV to XML converter in XSLT 2.0
Feb 23, 2007 ... Is this only used to manually transform a csv to xml or can it be used or modified to run on a server? I have a website that executes .xslt ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: Connecting to Oracle from XSLT
Sep 12, 2007 ... Today I generated a report by connecting directly to an Oracle database from XSLT, and thought I'd share the basic stylesheet. ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: Character encoding, character ...
May 25, 2006 ... Note the encoding used in the prolog. Transforming that XML with this stylesheet: <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: A CSV to XML converter in XSLT 2.0
Feb 23, 2007 ... I wrote a rudimentary csv to XML converter a while back which broke when the csv .... Error on line 11 of file:/c:/qdata/Telco/csv2xml3.xsl: ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: A CSV to XML converter in XSLT 2.0
Feb 23, 2007 ... Is this only used to manually transform a csv to xml or can it be used or modified to run on a server? I have a website that executes .xslt ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: Dimitre Novatchev's Sudoku solution
Mar 16, 2006 ... <xsl:function name="f:cellsGroup" as="element()*"> <xsl:param name="pgrpType" as="xs:string"/> <xsl:param name="pRows" as="element()*"/> ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: The indentity transform for XSLT 2.0
Jan 22, 2008 ... The indentity transform for XSLT 2.0. I was looking at the standard identity transform the other day and realised that for nodes other than ...
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Andrew Welch - Thoughts on XSLT: A CSV to XML converter in XSLT 2.0
Feb 23, 2007 ... I confess -- I'm a newbie when it comes to using XSLT. Can you describe the steps to run this XSLT? I have the .CSV file, but I don't know ...
 
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