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Subject: Re: Dynamically passing Parameters to XSL
From: "Agnes kielen" <a.kielen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 15:55:57 +0100
passing param to javascript functions
Hello Siva,

Yesterday I answered a similar question in response to a question from Kit:
'passing parameter via asp'. From the XSLT and passing parameter point of
view it is not important if the transformation is done on the client of
serverside.
I posted some javascript code which retrieves all values from a HTML-form
and placed all values in an array. I also send some code which passed the
values to the XSL. Did you see this post. If not take a look at it. You can
also look for the post of Andrew Welch who gave some examples in VB-script.

Cheers,
Agnes


----- Original Message -----
From: "Siva Sankari" <saiva_sankari@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 6:41 AM
Subject:  Dynamically passing Parameters to XSL


> Hi ,
>
>  I would like to know if global parameter values to an
> XSL
>  file can be set dynamically through Javascript ,and
> also
> transform the xml file dynamically through Javascript
> functions.
>  I have an HTML form , which has a  list of products .
> on selection of a product ,
> <select name="product" size=1
> onSelect="setParameterValue()">
> <option value="P001">Scanners</option>
> <option value="P002">PalmTops</option>....ans so on
> .<select>
> .
> .
> a Javascript function (in the onSelect or onChange
> event of choice box) , should be able to set
>  the selected product to the  XSL's global parmeter
> value
>  and also transform the XML ,using the XSL.
> Its like using one single XSL , for different outputs
> ,
> based on the user input.
> Also ,the XSL file and source  XML file to be used are
> already known .
> This has to be a purely client side functionality
> ,with no use of servlets or JSP.
> Is this possible ,Can I get help on this?
>
> Regards,
> Siva
>
>
>
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