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Do More with SOA Integration: Best of Packt by Doug Todd, Arun Poduval

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Using XSL for Transformation

With the growing popularity of XML as a medium to interact with different systems, more and more organizations are turning to XML to solve their interoperability issues. And with architects trying to achieve a clear demarcation between display and business logic, XSL is gaining importance. XSL is basically an XML document tree conforming to a schema that is applied to a XML tree to produce an output tree.

XSL can be used to define how an XML file should be displayed by transforming the XML file into a format that is recognizable to a browser. One such format is HTML. Normally XSL does this by transforming each XML element into an HTML element.

XSL can also add completely new elements into the output file, or remove ...

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