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nag serSubject: String to array
Author: nag ser
Date: 16 Jul 2008 03:14 PM
hi all,

I have a input string coming like this "LASVEG"

now i need to map this string to an array object which has elements in it.

via -->LASVEG

need to map it to an element PORT array called STATION[].

Two business objects.

Arrive Station[]
1.via 1.Port
2.test 2.index
3. ... 3. ...

now i need to map this via to port .so that station[0] will have port

has LAS and station [1] will have port as VEG

can anyone tell me how to write XSL code for this.And also how we convert string LASVEG to an array of 2 elements like LAS and VEG

Minollo I.Subject: String to array
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 16 Jul 2008 09:26 PM
You seem to be mixing Java concepts (arrays, objects) and XSLT; they are quite different topics.

Anyway, XSLT general questions are better asked on public discussion lists, like the one at mulberrytech dot com; Java questions can be asked is dozens of different places.

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