Since November 16, 1999, when XSLT 1.0 became a recommendation, it has become
quite apparent that certain areas of missing functionality are due for inclusion
in the next version of the language. In this article, we'll show how XSLT 2.0
addresses four of these areas.
- Conversion of result tree fragments to node-sets
- Multiple output documents
- Built-in support for grouping
- User-defined functions (implemented in XSLT)
All issues we discussed here in the past.
Posted to xml by Ehud Lamm on 4/13/02; 10:55:46 AM