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xslt_run — Applies a stylesheet from one file to XML data from another.


boolean xslt_run(xslt_handle, xsl_URI, xml_URI[, result_URI][, xslt_parameters][, xslt_arguments]);
resource xslt_handle: Handle to the Sablotron parser to use
string xsl_URI: Filename of XSL stylesheet
string xml_URI: Filename of file containing XML data to parse
string result_URI (optional): Name of buffer in which to place results
array xslt_parameters (optional): Array of XSLT parameters to use with the stylesheet
int xslt_arguments (optional): Array of buffer names to use with the stylesheet


TRUE if processing succeeds; FALSE otherwise.


Takes a handle to a Sablotron parser and the URIs of a stylesheet and an XML document. The stylesheet transformation is applied to the data from the XML document and placed into the result buffer specified by result_URI . If no value is give for result_URI , then the default value of 'arg:/_result' will be used. xslt_parameters should contain a list of any variables to be passed to the stylesheet; xslt_arguments allows you to pass a list of named document buffers to the stylesheet.

After a successful transformation, the resulting document may be retrieved using xslt_fetch_result() .


Example 1145. Applying a stylesheet from one file to XML from another file


$xml_file = 'slashdot.xml';
$xsl_file = 'slashdot.xsl';
$xslt = xslt_create();
if (!xslt_run($xslt, $xsl_file, $xml_file)) {
    echo "xslt_run() failed\n";
} else {
    echo xslt_fetch_result($xslt);

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