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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Presenting Form Views with XSLT

XSLT is a language for transforming an XML document (called the source tree) into another document (the result tree). The most common use of XSLT is transforming XML documents into HTML or XHTML Web pages, but XSLT also can transform XML documents into other XML documents, plain text, and comma-separated values. XSLT is a declarative language, not a procedural language like VBA, Visual Basic .NET, JScript, or VBScript. You define rules for the transformation, and the XSLT processor (MSXML5 for InfoPath) establishes the sequence of operations required to complete the task. A template contains the transformation rules, which use XPath expressions to specify values that the transform assigns to the output document. ...

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