Transforming linked XML documents, is it possible to maintain the links?
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Posted By:   Susan_Eltringham
Posted On:   Wednesday, August 8, 2001 09:42 AM

I have several 'partitioned' XML documents each containing xlinks to each other. Is it possible to transform the files into HTML and retain the links and their functionality? The following illustrates an example of the kind of XML files I want to be able to link between. Author.xml <?xml version="1.0"?> xlink:href="http://.../.../Book.xml#xpointer(123)" xlink:show="replace"/> Book.xml <?xml version="1.0"?> xlink:href=   More>>

I have several 'partitioned' XML documents each containing xlinks to each other.




Is it possible to transform the files into HTML and retain the links and their functionality?




The following illustrates an example of the kind of XML files I want to be able to link between.




Author.xml





<?xml version="1.0"?>




xlink:href="http://.../.../Book.xml#xpointer(123)"
xlink:show="replace"/>









Book.xml





<?xml version="1.0"?>



xlink:href="http://.../.../Author.xml#xpointer(J Smith)"
xlink:show="replace"/>








What I want to be able to do is transform these XML files into HTML but maintain the links, is there any way this is possible?




I am using IE5 which I know does not support XLink, but is there any way I can bring the links into the HTML by using XSL??

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