[xsl] Parse or concat query string

Subject: [xsl] Parse or concat query string
From: Daniel Hertz <danielhertz@xxxxxxx> (by way of Mulberry Technologies List Owner)
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:47:00 -0500
Hi all!

I looked through the archives, but couldn't find an answer to my problem.

Given an html form that passes the following query string:


how do I parse/concat the query string to end up with all the 'approved' parameter values as a comma separated list?

For example: (1,3,4)

Also, during this process, can I use as="xs:integer" to verify that the concatenated parameter values are indeed integers?

I tried:

<xsl:param name="URL_query_string"/>

<xsl:variable name="message">
<xsl:value-of select="concat('(',substring-after($URL_query_string,'approved='),',',substring-before($URL_query_string,'&amp;'),')')"/>


but only got the first value.

Thanks for any tips you may have! I'm using XSLT2. Well...trying, anyway ;-)


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