RE: [xsl] Problem with <xsl:import> and <xsl:call-template>!

Subject: RE: [xsl] Problem with <xsl:import> and <xsl:call-template>!
From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2001 09:20:40 +0100
If the output of a template is produced twice, that's because you've invoked
it twice, either explicitly or implicitly. To know why you've invoked it
twice, I would need to see your stylesheet. However, you might find it
useful to debug this by tracing the execution of templates, for example with
Saxon you can use the -T option.

Mike Kay
Software AG

> Hi
> I see that there is a problem by importing stylesheets
> and calling templates.Firstly by importing, the
> templates in the imported stylesheet are available to
> me so in that case I assume that I do not need to call
> them explicitly.But due to need I decide to call them
> at specific places ie at specific points.So i see that
> there is a duplication of HTML tags for eg.Suppose i
> have an xsl called "Results.xsl".This displays a HTML
> table structure of rows within a form.
> Now when I just import it in another stylesheet
> (HeaderandResults.xsl)everything is fine.But if i have
> do some processing and then call the template in the
> Results.xsl stylesheet I get 2 FORMS (ie i see this as
> alert msg in my Javascript!)
> Can somebody please explain this behaviour and what
> would be an right solution for a simple reuse of code
> without duplication!!!
> --Vijay
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