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Subject: Re: Query regarding XSL variables
From: "Anand Ganapathy" <Anand.Ganapathy@xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 13:49:27 +0530
anand ganapathy
Hi Matt,
I tried the approach suggested by you, but the javascript function can't recognize the same and alerts that it can't recognize nodeAddress1.Please help.
Regards,
Anand
>>> Matt Gushee <mgushee@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 04/12/02 10:06AM >>>
On Fri, Apr 12, 2002 at 09:03:00AM +0530, Anand Ganapathy wrote:

> I want to pass xsl:variables to a javascript function.How is it possible to achieve the same?

This is a job for Attribute Value Templates (AVTs). Normally, you can't
use a variable reference or XPath expression in an attribute of a literal
result element, because it is interpreted as a literal string. But if you
wrap it in curly braces -- {$my_variable} -- then it is evaluated as an
expression. You can also use AVTs in a few XSLT elements; I never 
remember which ones--but you should be able to look it up in any good
XSLT book.

So, in your example:

> 	       <A href="javascript:" onClick="({$nodeaddr1},{$lidentifier1},{$nodename1});"> <xsl:value-of select="Nodename"/> </A>

should do what you want.

-- 
Matt Gushee
Englewood, Colorado, USA
mgushee@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
http://www.havenrock.com/ 

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