[xsl] getting value-of current row in FOR-EACH and passing variable to a hyperlink
Subject: [xsl] getting value-of current row in FOR-EACH and passing variable to a hyperlink|
From: "Brian Lewandowski" <skilzz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 15:47:09 +0000
I'm using a FOR-EACH like:
Then building a table by defining columns:
but, I want to hyperlink one of the columns to use an http:// sql query
but need to add a variable in the query that uses the current row's ProdID.
Basically somehow add 'and ProdID=<xsl:value-of select="ProdID">'
Into that query.
This leaves me with 2 questions:
1. How do I have more control over the value-of in a for-each per row? When
I attempt to test using a variable it always pulls the first row's value
and not the row that it is currently in. Is there a way to reference the
current row's value and not the first one in the list?
2. Once I have established a way to use the current row's value-of, how
would I pass that into the hyperlinked query as an argument, adding the
where ProdID=currentrow ProdID?
Any help is most appreciated as this seems to be a general naviagation
issue and would seem common, I cannot find reference to this anywhere after
extensive searching. I basically need to reference the current rows value
instead of the first in the list.
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