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xslt_createCrée un nouvel analyseur XSLT


resource xslt_create ( void )

Crée et retourne une nouvelle ressource XSLT nécessaire pour les appels ultérieurs aux fonctions XSLT.

Valeurs de retour

Retourne un identifiant de processus XSLT en cas de succès, ou FALSE si une erreur survient.


Exemple #1 Exemple avec xslt_create()

function xml2html($xmldata$xsl)
/* $xmldata -> votre XML */
    /* $xsl -> fichier XSLT */

$path 'include';
$arguments = array('/_xml' => $xmldata);
$xsltproc xslt_create();
$html =

    if (empty(
$html)) {
'Erreur d\'analyse XSLT : 'xslt_error($xsltproc));

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garth at webconexion dot net
10 years ago
In order to pass PHP variables into an XSL document you need to do the following:

Firstly I created the following function to use:

function GetXHTML($sXML, $sXSL, $aParameters)
    $hXML = xslt_create();
    $aArguments = array('/_xml' => $sXML, '/_xsl' => $sXSL);
    $sXHTML = xslt_process($hXML, 'arg:/_xml', 'arg:/_xsl', NULL, $aArguments, $aParameters);
    return $sXHTML;

Then call it like thus, passing the XML and XSL as a string with the final parameter being an array which can contain as many values as you wish to pass in:

$sXHTML = GetXHTML($sXML, $sXSL, array("age"=>"26"));

Then in the XSL document you need the following:

<xsl:param name="age" />

Then where you want to display the value of age you do this:

<xsl:value-of select="$age" />

Thanks now.
5 years ago

I changed the function from myadzel (?) a little bit, so that it now correctly uses either a file OR a string as parameter - WITHOUT producing PHP warnings. See here:

function xslt ($xml, $xsl) {

$xh = @xslt_create();

$args['xml'] = ( file_exists( $xml ) )?join ('', file ($xml)):$xml;
$args['xsl'] = ( file_exists( $xsl ) )?join ('', file ($xsl)):$xsl;

// try with a string
$result = @xslt_process ($xh, 'arg:/xml', 'arg:/xsl', NULL, $args);

// try with resource
if (!$result) { $result = @xslt_process ($xh, $xml, $xsl); }

xslt_free ($xh);


echo xslt ('./index.xml', './index.xsl');
echo xslt ('<test><example>An example!</example></test>', './index.xsl');
sxguard-1trail(At)yahoo dot com
6 years ago
Hardly can I find this. But, those required dll is not included in the package and no link for download.

It's a pitty that no discussion about this within

  Note   to   Win32   Users:     In   order   to   enable   this   module   on   a   Windows   environment,   you   must   copy   several   files   from   the   DLL   folder   of   the   PHP/Win32   binary   package   to   the   SYSTEM32   folder   of   your   windows   machine.   (Ex:   C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32   or   C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32).   For   PHP   <=   4.2.0   copy   sablot.dll     and   expat.dll   to   your   SYSTEM32   folder.   For   PHP   >=   4.2.1   copy   sablot.dll,   expat.dll   and   iconv.dll   to   your   SYSTEM32   folder.
myadzel at gmail dot com
7 years ago
All for a long time know about a problem xslt-transformation in php.
We shall try a trivial way, knowing, that xslt_process () accepts string or resources in it's parameters.

function xslt ($xml, $xsl) {

    $xh = @xslt_create();

    $args['xml'] = join ('', file ($xml));
    $args['xsl'] = join ('', file ($xsl));

    // try with a string
    $result = @xslt_process ($xh, 'arg:/xml', 'arg:/xsl', NULL, $args);

    // try with resource
    if (!$result) { $result = @xslt_process ($xh, $xml, $xsl); }

    @xslt_free ($xh);
    return $result;


For example: echo xslt ('./index.xml', './index.xsl');
Kerry Kobashi
9 years ago
It should be noted that xslt_create() will return FALSE in the case of failure (Sablotron processor could not be created).

This, obtained from looking at the source code extension.
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