Re: [xsl] It's going to work, even if it kills me

Subject: Re: [xsl] It's going to work, even if it kills me
From: "Tim" <xsl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 28 Jun 2001 09:05:06 -0000
Thanks Guys, My wife gave birth 5 hours ago, si it maybe a while till I 
get to try it out.....

> > "In theory xsl can do anything, but what exactly is your problem?" -
> > David Carlisle, from the XSL-list
> Did I really say that? Not one of my more helpful answers...
> Note that even if $keywords was a node set, doing
>                 <xsl:with-param name="keywords">
> 			<xsl:value-of select="$keywords"/>
>                </xsl:with-param>
> would not pass  a node set to the templates,
> Firstly value-of converts a node set to a string (by taking the string
> value of the first node, and discarding all other nodes)
> You could use copy-of instead, but then using xsl:with-param in
> a form with element content would convert that node set to a result 
> fragment. You can't query into a result tree fragment in standard XSLT
> (although most systems provide a node-set extension function to conver
> the rtf back to a node set)
> You want 
> <xsl:with-param name="keywords" select="$keywords"/>
> then you pass in the node set.
> David
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