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I asked this question in another thread, and I thought it worked, but I was wrong.
Here is the situation: I have to use the XSLT implementation of JDK6. I can't use Xalan or Saxon.
I am trying to generate multiple file output from a single XML document. In Xalan, it works fine, using this:
When I remove the Xalan 2.7.1 libraries, I get an error saying that the "file" attribute is missing in the <redirect:write> line. THis gives me the impression that I can't use the JDK implementation of Xalan to get dynamic file output the way I can in Xalan 2.7.1.
Am I correct? Or did I miss something? Any help is appreciated,
P.S. I'm using 1.6.0_18
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subject: Multiple file output with JDK 6 XSLT implementation