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VS IDE - problem with XML/Show XSLT output

I'm trying to work with XML/XSLT in the Visual Studio IDE (VS 2005) and when
I select the menu option XML/Show XSLT Output I get a tab with the output
showing the text HTML code. I'd like to have it display like it would in a
browser instead. I'm working around it by coding the path to the XSLT into
the XML file, keeping a browser open and hitting the refresh button which
isn't a huge deal, but I was wondering if there's a configuration option or
some way to have it display the way it would look in a browser in the IDE.
Any links to documentation about this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

john
Jun 2 '06 #1
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Tuna Fly wrote:
I'm trying to work with XML/XSLT in the Visual Studio IDE (VS 2005) and when
I select the menu option XML/Show XSLT Output I get a tab with the output
showing the text HTML code. I'd like to have it display like it would in a
browser instead. I'm working around it by coding the path to the XSLT into
the XML file, keeping a browser open and hitting the refresh button which
isn't a huge deal, but I was wondering if there's a configuration option or
some way to have it display the way it would look in a browser in the IDE.
Any links to documentation about this would be greatly appreciated.


XSLT stylesheet document has Output property in Visual Studio. Put there
output file name of your choice ending with .html and that should do
the trick.

--
Oleg Tkachenko [XML MVP, MCAD]
http://www.XmlLab.Net | http://www.XLinq.Net | http://blog.tkachenko.com
Jun 4 '06 #2
Thanks, this worked ... john

"Oleg Tkachenko [MVP]" wrote:
Tuna Fly wrote:
I'm trying to work with XML/XSLT in the Visual Studio IDE (VS 2005) and when
I select the menu option XML/Show XSLT Output I get a tab with the output
showing the text HTML code. I'd like to have it display like it would in a
browser instead. I'm working around it by coding the path to the XSLT into
the XML file, keeping a browser open and hitting the refresh button which
isn't a huge deal, but I was wondering if there's a configuration option or
some way to have it display the way it would look in a browser in the IDE.
Any links to documentation about this would be greatly appreciated.


XSLT stylesheet document has Output property in Visual Studio. Put there
output file name of your choice ending with .html and that should do
the trick.

--
Oleg Tkachenko [XML MVP, MCAD]
http://www.XmlLab.Net | http://www.XLinq.Net | http://blog.tkachenko.com

Jun 5 '06 #3

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