[xmlsec] Emailing: tmpl-EPM-sign-stylesheet.xml
ed.shallow at rogers.com
Sun Sep 7 19:36:27 PDT 2003
Yes Rich, this is what I meant. Thanks.
Yes, Aleksey I had already tried it with xsltproc without any problems, both
referenced and not.
I am not reporting a problem here, I am asking for guidance on how to
externally reference the stylesheet (URI, import, etc ...) from within the
I assume xsl:include and xsl:import (as Rich pointed) out are supported
within XMLSec (libxslt) ?
From: xmlsec-admin at aleksey.com [mailto:xmlsec-admin at aleksey.com] On Behalf
Of Aleksey Sanin
Sent: September 7, 2003 9:09 PM
To: Edward Shallow
Cc: xmlsec at aleksey.com
I am not sure I clear understand what do you mean by this because
"books.xml" file was not referenced anywhere in your message and I just
don't understand how is this related to signatures. BTW, have you tried to
run your xml file with xsltproc?
I am sure it's able to handle <?xml-stylesheet ... href="..." ?>
construction because it is widely used in docbook.
It would be great if you can either provide an example of a standalone xsl
template that does not work as you expect or an example of a signature
template that does not work plus a standalone xsl template that does work.
This would greatly help with locating and fixing this problem :)
>Simply adding ...
><?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="books.xsl"?>
>... as the 1st line in books.xml doesn't do it. I also tried a href to
>the stylesheet in several places both in the template and in the doc
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