Re: [xsl] Reading the values of elements in a complex parameter

Subject: Re: [xsl] Reading the values of elements in a complex parameter
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 11:25:14 +0100
  -- Write the dynamic XML to a known document path.
  -- Include the path in the XSL.
  -- Call Xalan.
  -- Xalan imports, parses and uses the tree.

  Is this a normal and appropriate use of xsl:include?

xsl:include (and import) are just for including parts of the stylesheet.
I think you want document() which is for including XML documents at
run time. If you are (for example) running a local http server you can
arrange to include any dynamically generated content you want with
sonething like
where the cgi-bin script myscript takes the parameter and returns
whatever xml needs returning. If you can generate the "dynamic" XMl
before XSLT starts you don't even need a server you can do as you
suggest above, just generate the XML in advance at a known location then 


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