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Old June 7th, 2005, 09:40 PM
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Default Using XML Schemas in C++ Unmanaged Code

Hi

I am trying to use a "from" schema and a "to" schema to transform an XML stream in unmanaged C++ using the MSXML3/MSXML4 DLLs. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Let me get this straight:

You have two xsl documents named from.xsl and to.xsl.

You have one xml document

You have one C++ function

Somehow without changing the c++ function you want the xml document to be transformed using either one of the xsl documents!

Is that it?

If it is can you amend the xml document?

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