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Get a simple XSL Sample to start XSL career ;) ?

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Great Thanks, so I head an Idea how it works.

I had to use an XSLFile (to be defined by me) during the open (import) into yEd

I'm currently not used in creating XSL Files.

Can you please give me an example only for this short XML.

It'll help me to start my experience.


I want it to be presented in a Table with each node and level:

Columheader:==> ConnectHome; Node;Connection;Version;RouterIP;IPAddress; IPName;Port;

1.Colum: ==> xmlns:xsi="http:// www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"; ID="CKM0099999" State="Online" Status="OK";;V4711;;;ab;471222



<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

-<ConnectHome xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="/opt/connectemc/schema/ema_ConnectHome108.xsd" SchemaVersion="1.0.8">




-<Node ID="CKM0099999" State="Online" Status="OK">













Which XSLT Processor do you use or prefer?




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To be honest, I am not an XSLT expert either. I am not complete adverse to giving it a try, though. However, I am still not clear how you want the resulting diagram to look in yEd. Can you provide a manually created sample diagram (in GraphML format) that demonstrates the desired visual representation? Please see How to upload files to yEd Q&A? for instructions on uploading files here.

Thanks for your patience and your understanding!
I'll look for some XSLT Processor and tutorials.
Br. Alex

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