Re: XSLT formatting and XSD references
Hi Shaul -
For question #1 - Not that I'm aware of, but I must admit I've never
attempted to do it. Perhaps someone else can chime in here.
For question #2 - are you using the following Protocol node in your
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On 9 Jul 2006 05:34:37 -0700, [email protected] wrote:
>I have 2 questions on XSLT formatting:
>1. I want to refer to an XSD schema, for example to perform parameter
>substitutions. From what I saw the schema has to be listed fully as
>part of the <NotificationClass> in the ADF.xml file. Is there a way
>instead to list an external XSD file name, much like we refer to the
>XSLT file name?
>2. When using SMTP the email arrived garbled, as though the HTML is not
>parsed. Am I using incorrect encoding or what? E.g.
> Report for <b>Seattle</b> [2/21/2005 1:00:00 PM]: Sunny<br>
> Expected low temperature : <b>31</b><b>31</b>
>Dr. Shaul Dar
>Chief Architecture Officer
>Medcon Ltd., a McKesson Company
>Tel (within US): 1-866-6549632 (ext. 335)
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