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>> Options for performing XSLT

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Thanks for reading my posting. We are running an Apache webserver on a
Linux machine. For whatever reason, our nerver admin cannot get the
XSLT libraries installed for PHP which would enable us to perform XSL
transformations on the server. Client-side compatibility is so spotty
that we are hesistant to go that route. Are there any other ways of
performing server-side transformation that I am not aware of? Or maybe
can I somehow remotely (from a different server) use XSL to transform
the XML remotely and push it back to the webserver, and then finally
to the client? Thanks for all of your help!
Jul 20 '05 #1
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