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       can anyone help me how to pass parameters to xsl from command line.
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Which processor are you using?
Try entering:
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myProcessor.exe /?
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Hi Joe,
       Thanks for your information.But its not comming.
I'm using saxon processor.



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It depends entirely on which XSLT processor you are using.

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For Saxon, instructions are here:

http://www.saxonica.com/documentatio...mmandline.html

For example

java -jar saxon8.jar source.xml style.xsl param2=value



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