XInclude Processing in XSLT

Erik Wilde

Citation
Erik Wilde, XInclude Processing in XSLT, xml.com, March 2007.
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Abstract:

Assembling various parts of a document before processing the assembled document is a recurring theme in document processing. XML Inclusions (XInclude) is the W3C standard which has been created to support this scenario, but since it is a standalone specification, it needs to be supported by a piece of software implementing this functionality. The XInclude Processor (XIPr) written in XSLT 2.0 implements XInclude and thus may help to reduce the dependency on numerous software packages, if XInclude should be used in an environment where XSLT 2.0 is used anyway. XIPr is implemented as a single XSLT 2.0 stylesheet and can be used standalone in a publishing pipeline, or as an imported module in some other XSLT code for integrated XInclude processing.

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Keywords: XIPr (XInclude Processor)0.9;

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