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XML and Perl by Ilya Sterin, Mark Riehl

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Making the Content for Delivery

So now that you have AxKit and all the associated components properly configured, you are ready to create some content for delivery. For this example, let’s say you work for an online company that hosts resumés for job seekers.Your company is very forward-thinking, and all the resumés are stored in XML.Your task is to use Axkit, so that the original resumés in XML can be displayed in a web browser (that is, in HTML) upon request. To do this, you must transform the original XML data to HTML using XSLT. First, let’s take a look at the format of the XML document that your application will be serving. A DTD for the resumé is shown in Listing 9.1.

Listing 9.1. DTD that describes a resumé. (Filename: ch9_resume.dtd) ...

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