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> Would it be possible to have the servlet use URL suffixes (?xsl=my.xsl) in
order to specify different xsl sheets?

I tried something similar and found that some versions of MSIE (5) seem to
determine the content type from the URL, so in the above case it would  try
to display it as XML. You can get around this by adding a dummy URL


-----Original Message-----
From: Robert J. Lebowitz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: 12 June 2001 23:38
Subject: Multiple output files from single xml source file

I have just started working with FOP and XSLT in general.  I managed to
create a couple of simple working examples, but discovered that FOP in its
current form may not work for the application I had in mind.
My intention was to begin to use both XSLT and XSLT-fo to create HTML, PDF
and hopefully, RTF files from a single source XML file.  However, from the
examples I've seen so far, it appears that it is currently necessary to
create copies of the xml source file and store them under different names to
with different xsl sheets identified in each copy. 
Would it be possible to have the servlet use URL suffixes (?xsl=my.xsl) in
order to specify different xsl sheets?

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