RE: [xsl] Call context within a named xsl:template

Subject: RE: [xsl] Call context within a named xsl:template
From: Ruben.Provoost@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 08:45:18 +0100
On 13 Nov 2001, at 18:06, Michael Kay wrote:

> > Is
> > there anyway I can determine who called me?
> >

> No.
> (It's surprising how often people ask for features in XSLT that I've never
> come across in any other programming language...)

I've seen (NOT written...) Java code like this :

public void someMethod()
  String caller;

    throw new Exception("nothing happened");
  catch (Exception e)
    // get name of caller from exception stack trace

  if (caller.equals("someClass"))


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