Re: Java Extension Functions and XT
Jon Smirl wrote: > > I'm using xsl:variable to hold the return value of logon:seed(). > logon:seed() is a function that will change values every time it is called. > The problem I'm having is that when I refer to my variable, $seed, the > function is begin called. > > This is not what I want, I want a snapshot of logon:seed() in $seed, not a > link to a live function call. I tried adding string(logon:seed()) but it > didn't help. > > What is the right behavior, a snapshot or a live link? > How do I get a snapshot? > > Jon Smirl > jonsmirl@xxxxxxxxxxxx > > Example code.... > <xsl:variable name="seed"><xsl:value-of > select="string(logon:seed())"/></xsl:variable> Do <xsl:variable name="seed" select="logon:seed()"/> If you don't use the select attribute, you're binding $seed to a result tree fragment, which you almost certainly don't want. James XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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