Chapter 6. Transforming from XML to XML, HTML, XHTML, RTF, and Modifying Document Content

Your company’s online marketing site is powered by XML-based Commerce One software, which uses the Java Message Service (JMS) for secure communications over the Internet. You’ve been so successful that you’ve just taken over your rival. Unfortunately, your former rival uses another XML-based product for its online marketing site, RosettaNet. How can you translate between a Commerce One xCBL purchase order written in XML into a RosettaNet purchase order—also written in XML, but using an entirely different dialect?

You use XSLT, of course. XML-to-XML transformations ...

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