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Applies a specific, non-default transformation to an XML input document and writes the result to a file.

The input document may contain calls to USCSXSL extension functions (this is an added possibility compared to calling USXSL.Apply2File).

If you use USCSXSL to process a USoft Blend script, then you apply to this script the default Batch.1.0.xsl transformation. Do this not by calling USCSXSL.Apply2File() but rather by calling USCSXSL.Blend().


select uscsxsl.apply2file( xml, xsl, xml-resultfilepath  [ , variable-name, variable-value ... ] )
xml  :=  { xml-filepath | xml-document }
xsl  :=  ( xsl-filepath | xsl-document }

All arguments are single-quoted string values.

The required xml must be a valid XML document. You can submit this XML document either as a file on the file system that you reference by xml-filepath or inline as a literal xml-document string.

The required xsl must be a valid XSLT 1.0 transformation. You can submit this transformation either as a file on the file system that you reference by xsl-filepath or inline as a literal xsl-document string.

Optionally, you can pass any number of Blend input parameters as variable-name=variable-value pairs.


select uscsxsl.apply2file( '<MyClipboardNow/>', 'c:\temp\PrintClipboard.xsl', 'c:\temp\Result.xml'  )

If the file content of the "c:\temp\PrintClipboard.xsl" file is:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="windows-1252"?>
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" 
<xsl:output method="xml" encoding="UTF-8" omit-xml-declaration="yes"/>
<xsl:template match="*|@*|comment()|processing-instruction()|text()">
    <xsl:apply-templates select="*|@*|text()|comment()|processing-instruction()"/>
<xsl:template match="MyClipboardNow">
    <xsl:value-of select="clipboard:GetText()"/>

and your clipboard currently contains "Hello World", then the contents of the Result.xml file will be:

<MyClipboardNow>Hello World</MyClipboardNow>


See also



USCSXSL internal component

USXSL internal component