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thanks a lor Oleg

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  • sukkutty_2000
    thanks a lot Oleg for giving good hints and suggestions. I am going for URIResolver way as that is the prefered way of doing. catch u up when I need more help
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 24, 2002
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      thanks a lot Oleg for giving good hints and suggestions.
      I am going for URIResolver way as that is the prefered way of doing.
      catch u up when I need more help :):)

      thanks a lot again..

      best regards
      sudha

      --- In XSL-FO@y..., Oleg Tkachenko <olegt@m...> wrote:
      > sukkutty_2000 wrote:
      >
      > > I need some more ideas from u .
      > > so is the flow is somehow gonna be like...
      > > from the parser application, try to interpret the selectors and
      > > generate an xsl file for css, include it in the main xsl and use
      it
      > > for replacing css entries in xhtml file ?
      > Generally speaking yes, but implementations may be different. I'd
      implement it
      > as URIResolver and then call it from main xsl by document
      ('css:my.css')
      > function, but it's up to you. Actually it's not newbie level
      project, but it's
      > pretty feasible, you need good SAX, SAC and xslt understanding,
      that's all.
      >
      > --
      > Oleg Tkachenko
      > Multiconn International, Israel
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