Hey all. Relatively new to this XSL/XML stuff, and am trying to do what I think should be a relatively easy operation. I am using Microsoft's XSL ActiveX Control to display the contents of an XML file in a browser. My problem is that the XML file is generated dynamically, so that parameter needs to be altered each time I render the page. How can I on the fly have the parameter value attribute change to the current XML document being generated? I have been using the following syntax: <OBJECT ID="XSLControl" CLASSID="CLSID:2BD0D2F2-52EC-11D1-8C69-0E16BC000000" CODEBASE="http://www.microsoft.com/xsl/xsl/msxsl.cab" STYLE="display:none"> <PARAM NAME="documentURL" VALUE="????.xml"> <PARAM NAME="styleURL" VALUE="?????.xsl"> </OBJECT> Any hints would be appreciated... Joe XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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