A few time ago i faced same problem, getting the following answers: 

"There are a few different possibilities. You can do it using the C based 
parser, but it's a real pain.  
The two best that I have found are: 
1. Redvers 
2. Use Java - Create a Java program to do all your XML and XSL processing. Run 
it in batch and use data queues to handle the linkage. 
" 
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Date: May 05, 2003 12:46 PM 
Author: Cindy Lee (cinderel@xxxxxxxxxx) 
Subject: XML & ILE COBOL 
Domenico, Are you using ILE COBOL? I wrote a white paper to illustrate how to 
do XML parsing within ILE COBOL a while back. Let me know, I could send you the 
link or post it here. Cindy 
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Here enclosed you may find the white paper. Good luck.


        Domenico

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