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Old June 6th, 2003, 10:10 AM
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Hello,
I have a problem with performing one of the training tasks in the book Beginning XML.
On page 135, there is a Business-to-Business example which require that you use the software XT written by James Clark.

I have downloaded the XT software, but I have not been able to find any xt.exe file to run. I'm reading instructions on XT but I don't understand how to involve engine to make it work for me. See, www.blnz.com/xt/index.html

Would you like to help me out here with the commands that I have to use?

Best regards, Per-Olof
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Look what you have to do:

You must have JDK installed on your machine.

1) Download xp.zip from http://www.jclark.com/xml/xp/index.html. This zip contains xp.jar, so, unzip it and put xp.jar onto your classpath
2) Put xt.jar onto your classpath too
3) Now from the command-line run java com.jclark.xsl.sax.Driver source.xml stylesheet.xsl

The full syntax is the following:
java -Dcom.jclark.xsl.sax.parser=your-sax-driver com.jclark.sax.Driver source stylesheet [result] [name=value][...]


I use Saxon and I think it's better: it supports many features of XSLT1.1 and is more stable, error-messages are clearer; also executable is available at: http://users.iclway.co.uk/mhkay/saxo...2/instant.html
 
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Thank you very much Armen!
I'm currently learning how to use the benefits with XML technology, I'm going to try this out now. I'm in between jobs so I try to learn new things.
Regards/Per-Olof,
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Hi jopo
You don't need any XT software to get xt.exe. i suggest you follow these steps to get XT.exe

1.go to the url http://www.wrox.com/dynamic/books/download.aspx and selet your book(Beginning XML)and click the go button

2. This will redirect you to Sample code pagev download the sample code. After downloading u get a 3412_2.zip

3. Unzip the file and in any folder and it creates a folder 3412(path is yourfolder\3412)

4. In 3412 folder go to Chapter 5 foldre there you will find xt.exe copy this file to the folder you have your exercise and run the command xt [.xml] [.xsl]

xt.exe need two parameters first one is the .xml file and second one is the .xsl file

Note: Don't double click xt.exe


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quote:Originally posted by jopo
 Thank you very much Armen!
I'm currently learning how to use the benefits with XML technology, I'm going to try this out now. I'm in between jobs so I try to learn new things.
Regards/Per-Olof,
Stockholm Sweden
You are welcome jopo.

XML is really a powerful technology and you'll feel its potential by introducing yourself to XSLT, XPath, XLink, RDF, and many other things.

Regards,
Armen




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