Show and Tell Thursday
First off, I love this idea. This is exactly why I have this web site.
Hopefully, this will be the kick in the ass that I need to post at least once a week.
I am working on some fun DXL code, but thought I should post some code for my Lotusphere session first as I know everyone has been patiently waiting for it. (Sorry about that, I have been on the road since Lotusphere and have not had the resources to get it out)
So today we have some XSL that can be used to make DXL more readable. This is handy when used in conjuction with the DXL Utilities found in Domino Disigner.
XSL is a fun language. If you haven't started tinkering with it yet, maybe you could use this sheet to get started. Feel free to hit me with questions or sugestions on how to make this better and enjoy.
- Download the following files (You'll have to update these to point at each other)
- Within Domino Designer, select Tools-DXL Utilities-Export
- Edit the file and add in a stylesheet reference to the XSL file you downloaded. Drop this line in as the second line in the XML file.
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="transformer.xsl"?>
- Preview the xml file in your favorite web browser