Subject: RE: [xsl] Name of current mode|
From: "Mario Madunic" <Mario_Madunic@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 08:50:10 -0500
Christian, Please post your solution as I'd be really interested in what the results are. I've never used tunneling myself and to be honest have completely forgotten about it since I first read about it. Marijan (Mario) Madunic Publishing Specialist New Flyer Industries -----Original Message----- From: Christian Roth [mailto:roth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 8:36 AM To: XSL List Subject: Re: [xsl] Name of current mode Mario Madunic wrote: >How about defining a var/param at the top of the mode and test its >content to find out which mode you are at currently. Not nice but could >be what you are looking for. Would the variable clash with itself if it >is called recursively? I guess yes, a tunnel parameter would do (initialized at the xsl:apply- templates that starts the mode), and no, I don't think a recursive template call would be a problem. I just thought that while I have the mode information already (in the dynamic context), I could spare me a duplicate of that info in a tunnel parameter (avoiding any possible mistakes in keeping that duplicate correct). -Christian -------------------------------------------------------------------- Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail. CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT: This communication (and any and all information or material transmitted with this communication) is confidential, may be privileged and is intended only for the use of the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient, any review, retransmission, circulation, distribution, reproduction, conversion to hard copy, copying or other use of this communication, information or material is strictly prohibited and may be illegal. If you received this communication in error or if it is forwarded to you without the express authorization of New Flyer, please notify us immediately by telephone or by return email and permanently delete the communication, information and material from any computer, disk drive, diskette or other storage device or media. Thank you.