importing xml document in another

DuCharme, Robert DuCharmR at
Thu Sep 16 18:16:00 BST 1999

>1) Is it possible to import a xml document from another? 

The use of external general entities allows one document to "include" the
contents of another as if it were part of the including document.

>2) Is it possible for an XSL document to refer to two
>separate xml files (and so tags, attributes...)?

In general, an XSL document is designed to be applied to all the documents
conforming to a particular document type, i.e. to a class of documents.

(By the way, the xml-l list is better for basic XML issues; xml-dev
concentrates on more advanced and theoretical stuff. See for more on xml-l.)

Bob DuCharme       <bob@>  see for "XML:
The Annotated Specification" from Prentice Hall.

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