Thanks. I did not spend much time in the book there, but for those who have
the book p 368 -370. There is so much info in the book and is sometimes hard
to remember where I read something.
This group is great!
> You can specify a different xslt template for each device type. This is
> well explained in Shyam's book. To summarise, in the base directory
> folder where the default xslt is placed. If you create sub-folders
> whose names match the device type names, the xslt from the relevant
> folder will be used in preference to the default one. eg. a sub folder
> called SMS would contain the message formatting for the SMS device
> you can also subdivide by language locale as well.
> hope that helps
> Kate MBCS
> Alert Technologies
> Get your notification services implementation going in minutes not
> weeks ......