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Anshul KayasthaSubject: Calling Java method from XSL
Author: Anshul Kayastha
Date: 25 Feb 2009 02:09 AM
Originally Posted: 25 Feb 2009 02:08 AM
n my XSL there is an anchor tag. When this anchor tag is clicked I want a Java function to be executed. This is what I am doing in my XSL

<xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:java_func="com.common.utils.SUtils"
extension-element-prefixes="java_func java_func_1" version="2.0">
<xsl:for-each select="fb_holder/attached_files/file_details">
<a href="java_func_1:fileViewer('0900054d8000cf8e')"><xsl:value-of select="file_name"/></a><br/>
But upon click it gives an error. Can someone please let me know how to resolve this.

John BamptonSubject: Calling Java method from XSL
Author: John Bampton
Date: 25 Feb 2009 03:16 AM
Can you post all your xml, xsl and java code please, then maybe I can help you.

Also take a look at this

James DurningSubject: Calling Java method from XSL
Author: James Durning
Date: 03 Mar 2009 05:22 PM
I would suggest creating a <div> element with a onclick__ event point to a function. The javascript will then call the function when it is clicked. Put the code which calls the java function inside there.

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