XSLT server extension + queries

I have this problem and I can’t figure it out:
I use this kind of query:

http://localhost/tamino/MyDB/kurssi2?_xql=XSLT.transformFromCollection (kurssi2,‘ino:etc’,‘xsl:stylesheet[@ino:id=1]’)

where kurssi2 is the collection of xml docs,
ino:etc is collection of xsl docs

That is pretty much like the example says, but something is going wrong…can’t get html out of that…

Pretty simple problem i think, but I’m stucked :slight_smile:

Here are some checks that might be useful:

1) Does the XSLT Server Extension respond when you request URL:

<A HREF=“http://localhost/tamino/MyDB/ino:etc?_XQL=XSLT.configuration[“show”,”"" TARGET=_blank>http://localhost/tamino/MyDB/ino:etc?_XQL=XSLT.configuration(“show”,"")

It should display its configuration in your browser window.

2) Do you get your xml documents returned in response to URL:

http://localhost/tamino/MyDB/kurssi2?_xql=kurssi2

3) Do you see your stylesheet in response to URL:
http://localhost/tamino/MyDB/ino:etc?_xql=xsl:stylesheet[@ino:id=1]

4) Does your stylesheet contain <xsl:output method=‘html’…/>

If none of this helps, please post your schema, an xml document and the stylesheet.

HTH

Sorry I should have checked this first. The XSLT Server extension always produces an XML document that starts with ino:response and so on. This can never be valid HTML. So you need to post-process the result of the transformation if you want HTML output. I did this by writing a small html page that uses the MSXML ActiveX control to get the result of the XSLT transform, the apply a separate, small stylesheet to that result which produces HTML. I have attached the html and stylesheet so you can see what I’m talking about.

If you don’t link this approach, you could use the passthru servlet.

HTH
Sample.zip (775 Bytes)

Thx!
I did turn to passthru servlet and it seems to work somehow… :slight_smile:
That html code of yours did not quit opened to me, but that’s not relevant anymore.