Thank you for this 'XML in perl show'. It is even more useful as a working example of integrating xml-sax in perl than as it's main purpose in this tutorial.
In order to preserve coherence with your first DBI example: at your third example you should correct the following:
$generator->execute('select foo as td,bar as td from baz');
$generator->execute('select bar as td,baz as td from foo');
...and the output should read:
<table query="select bar as td,bas as td from foo">
<table query="select foo as td,bar as td from baz">
Am I wrong?
And, finally, if I understand your worries...
Also, example 5 has a couple of known bugs: ... Also, opening and close <html> and <body> tags are generated when they too are not needed...
Should happen because your previous dynamic.xsl
stylesheet has the <html> and <body> tags mentioned...
I hope that I have really :) contributed with this extraordinary tutorial. Thank you a lot!
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