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I have a xslt which can transform 2 different xml input files. the 2 input files are going to be fed to the xslt separately. My doubt is whether it was possible

 
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Yes of course it's possible. There wouldn't be much point in XSLT if you had to write a different stylesheet for every source document.

Do you mean that a single execution of the stylesheet processes two input files to create a single output? In that case you can read one of the input files using the document() function or you can supply it as a stylesheet parameter.

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