i am trying to write xsl in myeclipse 6.0 but i did not find any option for that. could some one advice me from where i can find any plugin or required thing to do programming. i have attached a screenshot of the options what i can see currently.
thanks a lot in advance.
There may be a plug-in, I don't know, but if you can't find one there's nothing stopping you from using a plain old text editor to write your XSL code. I know Eclipse allows you to use generic text editors so I assume MyEclipse does as well.
I'm using MyEclipse 10 and see that there is an XSL wizard and an XSL editor. It's a standard eclipse feature, rather than a MyEclipse feature. So you can download the latest MyEclipse (your subscription allows you to download and use any release whilst your subscription is valid) or you can use the latest eclipse distribution.
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yes i am using notepad ++ now . But still looking for some plug-in
i have downloaded and tried myeclipse 10 but i am getting a trial version of 5 days. Anyways thanks for the idea.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
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