RE: xsl search engine
Hi, > <xsl:param name="string"/> > > <xsl:template match="LIST"> > <xsl:for-each select="THEME[contains(@label,$string)]"> > <xsl:value-of select="@label"/><br/> > <xsl:for-each/> > </xsl:template> > > So the problem is that this engine is not really performant : > if as user i > search "Bla" it won't find it because of the case "B" instead > of "b". Is it > possible to say IgnoreCase in xsl ? No, you have to use an extension or use translate($text, 'ABCDEFG...', 'abcdefg...'). > The other (bigger) problem is that if the user write many > words (with spaces > in between) "bla blo", the it will looks for this exact > string whereas i'd > like it to search for bla OR blo. Is there a way to make it in xsl ? a > special function ? A recursive template. Tokenize the query string, and test each token individually. > PS : in my project, i generate the whole Path > "THEME[contains(@label,$string)]" with asp and this is the > string parameter > i send to the xsl and then i do : <xsl:for-each > select="dyn:evaluate(.,$string)"> (evaluate is a function from the dyn > namespace which calculate the xPath expression. Maybe i could make an > traitment direct in the aps page to do what i want ? Umm... why don't you just use the expression THEME[contains(@label,$string)] and pass query string in with $string? I must be missing something here; wish I could say "Well, I am psychic, you know" like she can. Cheers, Jarno - Bruderschaft: Forever (Darkness Pulls Me Under Remix by State of the Union) XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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