Subject: [xsl] How to pass a node set or RTF to top-level param using Xalan-C++?|
From: "Quincy Lu \(u\)" <qlu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 13:08:41 -0800
I believe this is possible using Xalan-J, but the Xalan-C++ API only allows string expressions for XalanTransformer::setStylesheetParam() (http://xml.apache.org/xalan-c/apiDocs/classXalanTransformer.html#a22). Is there a way to get an RTF or node set from an expression? I want to be able to pass something like: <a> <b>foo</b> <c>bar</c> </a> to my stylesheet. If this isn't possible, is there a way to convert a string to a nodeset within xslt? And if not, what's the recommended way of passing complex objects to a stylesheet? I'm using Xalan 1.8.0, though an upgrade can be done if needed.