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Old May 19th, 2006, 12:55 PM
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Does .NET 2.0 framework support xslt 2.0?

 
Old May 19th, 2006, 01:07 PM
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There's no XSLT 2.0 processor provided as part of the framework, but you can install Saxon to run under .NET 2.0 (it does work, despite the fact that the documentation says it's only supported under .NET 1.1).

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is xslt 2.0 not an industry standard that's why microsoft doesnt support it?

 
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i really need help anybody here knows how to do very complicated xsl for xml transformation using xslt 1.0?

 
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As Michael pointed out if you need version 2.0 XSLT then use Saxon.Net, it's a fantastic processor and the basic version is free. If you want to stick with 1.0 then that's up to you.
What problem transformation do you have?
Remember though that this a forum where people are happy to give of their time freely to help those who are stuck with specific problems, not a software development service for complete applications.

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hi joe do you know where to download the basic version?

 
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http://saxon.sourceforge.net/

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thanks Joe

 
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downloaded everything but cant find the .NET sample/cs ???

 
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Unfortunately the saxon-resources.zip file for Saxon 8.7.1 omitted the .NET sample applications. You will find them in the Saxon 8.7 version.

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