RE: Using the document function
[ RShonk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] > >... I had > expected to be able to use <xsl:variable name="file1" > select="document ('filename1')"/>, etc. in my XSLT > stylesheet with the file name determined by the values in the > xml file. This apparently will not work since the URI value > for filename cannot be assigned at run-time. You can use a variable or parameter as the argument of document(), like this: <xsl:variable name='fileurl' select='"file:///d:\test\xsl\a.xml"'/> <xsl:variable name='file' select='document($fileurl)'/> You could pass in the file names you want to use as parameters. Cheers. Tom P XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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