XML tables

SeJo selim.cesic at synes.com
Fri Oct 29 14:53:27 BST 1999


I need to work with (dynamically generated) tables in a very flexible way and am looking for a good starting point. The idea is to keep the table information in XML file while various XSL files (on the server) can influence a final (HTML) output in the Internet Explorer 5 (for now).

The main question is how to influence the structure of the table "on the fly" by structuring the XSL file. 

If someone has experience with that stuff, please contact me or send me some useful links.



Selim Cesic
Synes N.V.

Email: Selim.Cesic at synes.com
Home: http://www.synes.com

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Jeremy Hadden 
  To: Jon Payne ; xml-dev at ic.ac.uk 
  Sent: Friday, October 29, 1999 2:01 PM
  Subject: Re: XML for trade finance

  What exactly do you mean by trade finance?

    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Jon Payne 
    To: 'xml-dev at ic.ac.uk' 
    Sent: 29 October 1999 12:46
    Subject: XML for trade finance

    Does anyone know of any initiatives using XML in the field of trade finance?

    Jon Payne tel +44-171-330-1132
    INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT CORP. fax +44-171-374-2370
    http://www.integral.com mobile +44-7973-393486

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