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home » software » XSLT Utilities » XSL Trace Sat, Oct 20, 2007
XSL Trace

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Product:  XSL Trace

This allows you to step through XSL scripts and shows you the transformation rules as they are created and the XML or HTML as it is generated.
Category:  XSLT Utilities
Details:  This allows you to step through XSL scripts and shows you the transformation rules as they are created and the XML or HTML as it is generated.

Attributes will now appear on the result tree. Entities in the style sheet will no longer be expanded before processing. Files may be viewed side-by-side or one over the other. For more information read the index.html file.

The IBM XSL Trace application reveals the mystery of XSL transforms! XSL Trace allows a user to visually "step through" an XSL transformation script, highlighting the transformation rules as they are fired. Additionally, an XSL Trace user can view the XML source and the corresponding XML or HTML result in "real time". XSL Trace users can set and remove "break points" on the style sheet and source document as well as highlight all source nodes processed by each style rule. The XSL Trace UI features an XML "source based" collapsable "tree view" with dynamic font resizing for "Zooming" in/out to handle small/large documents.

The XSL Trace application is for anyone who is developing XSL scripts for either the client or server and is a natural complement to LotusXSL. Indeed, XSL Trace is built on the new LotusXSL trace API jointly developed by the LotusXSL and Advanced Internet Publishing Teams. As a consequence, XSL Trace adheres to the latest draft of the W3C XSL specification.

XSL can be a tough language for even experienced programmers to start using. IBM's XSL Trace can speed up the creation of XSL scripts for seasoned developers and serve as a great learning tool for those new to XSL.
More Information:  http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/xsltrace
Developer:  IBM AlphaWorks
Environment:  All Java Platforms
Purchase Info:  Free
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