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Using XSLT to render XML data returned by a COM object

, 12 Sep 2001
This is a 3-tier application. A COM component returns SQL data in XML format, then using XSLT to transform to HTML at client side. By using XML, all the data can be sort, split into pages locally, that will give users a quick response!
xmlrs_src.zip
code
xml.xsl
xmlrs
xmlrs.def
xmlrs.dsp
xmlrs.dsw
xmlrs.tlb
xmlrsobj.rgs
xmlrsps.def
xmlrsps.mk
/* this file contains the actual definitions of */
/* the IIDs and CLSIDs */

/* link this file in with the server and any clients */


/* File created by MIDL compiler version 5.01.0164 */
/* at Tue Sep 11 16:02:12 2001
 */
/* Compiler settings for C:\Documents and Settings\administrator.ALANWEN01\Desktop\code\xmlrs\xmlrs.idl:
    Oicf (OptLev=i2), W1, Zp8, env=Win32, ms_ext, c_ext
    error checks: allocation ref bounds_check enum stub_data 
*/
//@@MIDL_FILE_HEADING(  )
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"{
#endif 


#ifndef __IID_DEFINED__
#define __IID_DEFINED__

typedef struct _IID
{
    unsigned long x;
    unsigned short s1;
    unsigned short s2;
    unsigned char  c[8];
} IID;

#endif // __IID_DEFINED__

#ifndef CLSID_DEFINED
#define CLSID_DEFINED
typedef IID CLSID;
#endif // CLSID_DEFINED

const IID IID_Ixmlrsobj = {0x31C0C662,0x890C,0x4331,{0x89,0xF7,0x31,0xC0,0xDA,0xAD,0xFA,0x30}};


const IID LIBID_XMLRSLib = {0xCDFD378C,0x0265,0x48CB,{0x8F,0x73,0x0B,0x6E,0x69,0xCE,0x7C,0x99}};


const CLSID CLSID_xmlrsobj = {0x364A14BD,0x69E2,0x4615,{0xAE,0xBA,0xEE,0xF5,0xC3,0x48,0xBB,0x44}};


#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

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