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how to check if xslt processor is installed on computer ?

 
nirjari patel
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I am working o a computer, how to check if xslt processor is installed on computer ?
How can I link an xml and xsl file to use this xslt processor ?

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XSLT is built into Java. There's no "XSLT processor" to look for anywhere else.

Here's a link to the Oracle tutorial about XML and XSL in Java: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jaxp/xslt/intro.html -- the section about transforming XML data with XSLT is quite long and has a lot of examples.

I'm not sure what you mean by "link an XML and XSL file" but maybe that tutorial section will clarify things for you.
 
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I have an XML file and I have created XSLT file to generate an output using this xml file. How can I use these two files now ? How can I execute this XSLT file on cmd prompt to generate the output with content fro XML ?

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