RE: [xsl] Document() and &

Subject: RE: [xsl] Document() and &
From: "Charles Knell" <cknell@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 11:25:07 -0700
I hope you don't mind if I jump in on this thread, because I am struggling
with the same issue, yet the approach of substituting the HTML entity
&amp; for the literal & is going nowhere.

Below are two examples of a fragment of an HTML element produced by passing
in a quoted string as a parameter. The goals is to pass a URL as a parameter
to the XSLT and get a valid URL in the output HTML document. In the first
one, I used '&' in the original string, in the second, I used '&amp;'

As you can see, there is no difference between them. So what part about
the entity substitution approach am I missing?

<script language="JavaScript" src=";p_docName=oQRpt5

<script language="JavaScript" src=";p_docName=oQRpt5

Charles Knell
cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email

---- "Stuart Celarier" <stuart@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> That string does not look like well-formed XML to me,
> > It's part of a well formed document, so must have < and & quoted.
> Ah, it must be valid XML character data
> (, not well-formed
> XML. I'll buy that.
> My big toe is part of me, but it bothers me when people constantly
> think
> that my big toe is in fact me. Sm;)ey.
> Cheers,
> Stuart
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