Saxon has a command line option to process all the files in a directory
using the same stylesheet (just give a directory as the input file, and
another as the value of the -o option). It's not very flexible, but it might
meet your needs. If you want anything more sophisticated, write a Java
application to drive the transformations.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nicolas Saiz Petrus [mailto:nicolassaiz@y...]
> Sent: 18 July 2001 14:35
> To: P2P_XSLT
> Subject: [xslt] Transforming multiple XML
> Hello everybody!
> I have a problem, can anybody help me?
> I have 500 XML documents and I want to apply a stylesheet
> (the same for
> all the XML's) in order to generate 500 new XML. ┐How can I
> do this from
> the command line using, i.e., the com.icl.saxon.StyleSheet
> class (Saxon)?
> Thanks a lot !
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