Sharepoint Xslt Job Support
The XSLT style sheets that are included with SharePoint Foundation are located in .The two most important of these files are vwstyles.xsl and fldtypes.xsl. The first of these files provides style sheets for rendering lists down to the level of rows. The second file provides style sheets for rendering particular fields—that is, cells in the list views. A large set of global XSLT variables is defined in main.xsl.
An XSLT stylesheet parses a source node tree in some XML language and produces a result node tree in a different XML language. In the simplest case, the source tree is transformed into the result tree. This is done by XSLT templates, each of which is a kind of rule that determines how a specific fragment of the source markup is transformed into a fragment of the result.
However, it is not necessary for the transformation to simply re-express in the result language all the information of the source node tree. A transformation can exclude information from the source tree and insert information into the result that does not come from the source. In particular, an XSLT template can combine information from multiple input node trees. Each additional input node tree, besides the source node tree, is passed to a template as a parameter.