making html-form with an identifier in a xsl:for-each
Hi! I have a little question - probably easy-to-answer, except for a newbie like me. I try to describe it as precisely as possible, which makes my mail very long. I am sorry, but I dont want to bother you with an unclear question and i hope you wont mind the long mail. Thank You. I have a number of xml-files which includes something like the following (Actually, there is much more stuff around in those files, but I try to keep it reduced to my question...): <test id="test1"> <question> What is five plus four? </question> <answer> nine </answer> </test> <test id="test2"> <question> What is five minus two? </question> <answer> three </answer> </test> Where the number of <test>-elements varies from file to file. I want an output in html, where the question is just text and after every question there is a form input for the answer. the whole form will be send to a servlet. So the html will look something like this: <form method="post" action="NextServlet"> <p> What is five plus four?<br/> <input type="text" name="test1"/> </p> <p> What is five minus two?<br/> <input type="text" name="test2"/> </p> <input type="submit"/> </form> Now, the xsl. I know it has to be something like this: <form method="post" action="NextServlet"> <xsl:for-each select="test"> <p> <xsl:value-of select="question" /><br/> <input type="text" name="????????"/> </p> </xsl:for-each> <input type="submit"/> </form> As you can see, the questionmarks are where my problem is. How can I put a unique identifier there (which should equal "test1" or "test2", the id- attribute of <test>, so that my Servlet can compare the given answer to that in the xml-file? Thank you for your time (and answer), sorry for any mistakes (english just isnt my language...), Nica Huestegge XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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