RE: [xsl] xsl with dynamic xpath statement from param and variable

Subject: RE: [xsl] xsl with dynamic xpath statement from param and variable
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 22:22:44 -0400
At 2007-09-06 13:55 +1200, you wrote:
I am testing the xsl in XmlSpy and as such I am not sure of what
'processing engine' is being used but the second solution produces an
error dialog stating that "Variables and parameters cannot be used in

I assume that despite the version being stated as being 2.0 it is still
processing using 1.0?

Indeed it is ... that is surely a 1.0 message.

I will happily take on any criticism for what I have done and any
misdirection was my own from what I have been able to gleen from books
and on-line. Any misinterpretations are my own.

There is a free download on our web site of a preview of the PDF book that we sell ... perhaps there might be some information in there to help.

(San Francisco is probably a bit far for a training course)

:{)} Probably ... but if you can find 10 or more students in NZ I have friends down there I'd like to see again! And, in fact, they might be interested in attending a class as well. We've been very privileged over the years to teach around the world.

We are closing registration on Monday's class in San Francisco tomorrow but will accept late registrants if you should change your mind (I think there are some direct flights!).

Good luck in your learning more of XSLT. There are a lot of helpful people on this list who can answer your questions.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

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