Re: Change the value of a parameter in a template

Subject: Re: Change the value of a parameter in a template
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 16:42:07 GMT
         <xsl:if test="Left=$article">
			<xsl:param name="find" select='Right'/>		 

You have to have xsl:param statements as the first thing in the template
you can't have them lower down. You could use xsl:variable there but its
scope would be exactly those three lines, the new value would be lost at
the end of the current element, ie the </xsl:if>.

> Then I want to access the parameter "find", with its new value, from the
> calling template "Relation". 
> Does anybody know how to do that? 

XSL is a side effect free language, so calling a template _never_ gives
variables in the calling templates new values.

If you said what you were trying to achieve, probably someone would post
a solution. 


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