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XSLT Sample StyleSheets

From: Hughes, Trystan <Trystan.Hughes_at_assetco.com>
Date: 2005-05-10 13:13:43 CEST

Hi all,
I am trying the online sample XML Stylesheets (.XSLT files) that are available through the online Tigris repository, but am having the following error message...
Error loading stylesheet: A network error occured loading an XSLT stylesheet:http://develcad1:8080/svn/DotNet/svnindex.xsl
Has anyone got this sample stylesheet to work, or is there any editting of the file that needs done (as it may possibly be a directive in the .XSL file that is causing the error).
I have put the following directive into my Apache httpd.conf file...
  SVNIndexXSLT "svnindex.xsl"
...and I have placed the svnindex.xsl and svnindex.css files in the correct directory.

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