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XSLT installation on IIS 6.0 PHP WIN 2K3

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Hello Experts,

I have been trying to transform XML using XSL in PHP.
I am successful til getting the XML data through RESTFULL webservice.
Could anyone help me in installing XSLT on PHP. My domain is IIS, PHP, WIN2K3

I added sablot.dll, iconv.dll and libexpat.dll to system32 folder and added to the environment variables path
I uncommented php_xsl.dll in php.ini file.
But still it is not working. I can see only a blank page or executioin stops after retreiving data to my xml variable.
Could any one suggest me how to make XSLT work in IIS

Thanks in advance.
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Q: is it already working for you on the commandline or in, say, Apache (in which PHP more often is installed / used)?

For PHP and XSLT to work, you need to have libxslt, but I believe that it is currently standard in the default PHP package (though it may depend whether you used an MSI-like windows installer, or the ZIP package; the former won't have it).

I have a working PHP installation with XSLT, yet it works on Apache. I also have IIS working with several Microsoft stuff (ASP.NET for one), but I never tried PHP + IIS. If you still didn't get it working with XSLT (PHP itself is working, right?) I can try to mimic your situation to see what's going on.
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