[XML-SIG] Re: [4suite] Converting a DOM-tree with XSL

Mike Olson Mike.Olson@fourthought.com
Thu, 09 Nov 2000 20:32:07 -0700

"Martin v. Loewis" wrote:
> > > I want to build an DOM tree from the results of database queries
> > > and to convert this tree to HTML via XSL.
> > > The transformation with Processor from xml.xslt works well if I use
> > > FromXmlFile from ml.dom.ext.reader.Sax to build the DOM tree.
> > > But if I use the DOM-builder (xml.dom.builder) instead, I get the
> >
> > This package, as well as core.py are obsolete packages from PyXml
> > You should not be using them.
> I'm not sure I understand the problem here. If he was using PyXML
> 0.6.1, there would not be any xml.dom.builder, nor does any online
> documentation claim there is (if that's incorrect, please let me know).
> However, if he does use 0.5.x, what's wrong with using
> xml.dom.builder? It won't give you a 4DOM tree, and yes, it is not
> included in later releases anymore - but that doesn't help users who
> can't or won't upgrade.

If I remember the thread, he is passing the DOM into 4XSLT.  I don't
think 4XSLT works with the old DOM.


> Regards,
> Martin
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