Applies an XSLT transformation to an XML document. To write the result to a file, use USXSL.Apply2File instead.
Returns the document that is the result of applying the transformation, or results in an error message.
XML and XSL documents are removed from memory at the end of processing. The second time the same documents are used, they will be parsed again. For performance reasons, however, if your application re-uses the result of an USXSL.Apply call, it is better to parse the documents only once. Use the USXSL.SetXML and USXSL.SetXSL methods for this technique.
A corrective constraint may use USXSL.Apply to set a value in a database column to the result value.
Each of the required xml-document and xsl-document must be one of the following:
•A literal string that is an XML document or an XSLT stylesheet document.
•A filename, or folderpath and filename.
Each optional parameter-name, parameter-value argument pair is used to pass an XSLT parameter value to the transformation.
In each case, parameter-value must be either a literal string or a document. In the latter case, it must equal an XML string, URL, filename, or an alias previously connected to an XML document by calling the USXSL.SetXML or USXSL.SetXSL method.
Use the optional 'document:' or 'string:' prefix in the parameter-name to make an explicit distinction between these two data types as in the following examples. The 'document:' prefix only works on a Windows platform. If parameter-name does not use a prefix, and parameter-value starts with '<?xml' or 'file:', then the parameter value is treated as a document. Otherwise, it is treated as a string.