[xsl] Getting several instances to be parsed in one variable
Subject: [xsl] Getting several instances to be parsed in one variable|
From: Paul Terray <terray@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 12:37:05 +0100
Hello to everyone,
I have a simple but very annoying problem. I have an indefinite number of
files, whose names are in my parsed instance. I want to get values in all
of them, and several times.
I defined therefore a variable, like this :
Now, I want to parse this variable. But each time I use it, I get this
message from msxml3 (through msxsl) :
Error occurred while executing stylesheet 'sheet.xsl'.
Reference to variable or parameter 'g_module' must evaluate to a node list.
I suppose it is the infamous nose-set/node-list problem, but I want my code
to be portable, so I don't want to use any extension to convert one to the
other. I thought I could use xsl:apply-templates or xsl:for-each, but I get
the error each time. Any ideas ?
Paul TERRAY - Documents Management Systems Engineer
email : terray@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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