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mark hollisSubject: How to trim field to 2 decimals inside a sequence tag
Author: mark hollis
Date: 13 Nov 2009 07:54 AM
Hello,

I've got the following line in a xsl file:

<xsl:variable name="priceColumns" as="xs:string*">
<xsl:sequence select="('NetPrice','Currency', 'FromQty', 'Contract', 'PriceUnit', 'ValidFrom', 'ValidTo')"/>
</xsl:variable>

However the field 'NetPrice' should be trimmed to only 2 decimal places so that when a value like '1860.5200000000002' is entered it gets cut to
'1860.52' how can I include a format-number function or something similar inside this sequence tag that does this job?

thanks,

Mark

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Alberto MassariSubject: How to trim field to 2 decimals inside a sequence tag
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 16 Nov 2009 11:28 AM
Hi Mark,
format-number is a valid XSLT function, so you can invoke it inside the select expression.

Alberto

 
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