Re: [xsl] getting java file parameters and tunnelling

Subject: Re: [xsl] getting java file parameters and tunnelling
From: Rahil <qamar_rahil@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 16:03:25 +0100
Thanks David

That sounds good enough. Ill pass the values the way you suggested.


David Carlisle wrote:

In that case can I assume that I can safely use $TestFileNm which has obtained its value in first.xsl ?

next in chain is like writing out the result of one stylesheet and then applying a second stylesheet to that result, they are completely independent. So you can't use variables defined in one stylesheet in the next.

the easiest way to pass information down the chain is just to put it in
the result tree of the first transform in a an element of your choice,
and extract it in the second stylesheet.


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