Perform XSL Transformations (C-C++)
In general, performing XSL Transformations (XSLT) requires two DOM objects: one for the XML data file, and one for the XSLT style sheet. It also involves calling either the
transformNode method or the
transformNodeToObject method on the DOM object that corresponds to the XML data. The DOM object holding the XSLT style sheet is the input for the method. The first method returns the result as a string, and the second method returns the result as an object.
In the following C/C++ Win32 Console Application project, we demonstrate how to do this. The XSLT project uses or creates the following files.
|Source: XSLT.cpp||Transforms an XML data file with an XSLT style sheet.|
|Resource: stocks.xml and stocks.xsl||An XML data file and an XSLT style sheet.|
|Output||When you build and run the XSLT project, you should get this output in a console window.|
- Create a Win32 console application in Visual C++. For detailed instructions on how to do this, see Set Up My Visual C++ Project. Name the project XSLTProj.
Next, we'll add the source code for the XSLT project.