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Switching XSL on-the-fly?

Am I able to switch xsl stylesheets on the fly? I need
to have three different stylesheets for specific sorting
criteria as well as some specif xsl:choose elements.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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In article <bh**********@mordred.cc.jyu.fi>, mi**@st.jyu.fi says...
Mr. Clean wrote:
Am I able to switch xsl stylesheets on the fly? I need
to have three different stylesheets for specific sorting
criteria as well as some specif xsl:choose elements.


Considering that only a few user agents support even switching CSS
stylesheets I'm pretty sure no common user agent supports that. AFAIK,
there isn't even a standard way to specify alternative XSL stylesheets.
However, you could generate all required sort results one after another
and hide all but one with alternative stylesheets. If XSL is applied by
the client you don't even waste bandwidth for that trick.

If you're speaking about something else but using XSL(T) with commonly
used (X)HTML user agents, please specify.

This is for loca files only. no internet stuff. However, they may/maynot
be using IE.
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