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Re: Re: Convert a XML string to a node
AFAIK there's already a bug for this on bugzilla in mozilla.org (meaning
passing DOM objects as params). For now, i dont see the problem in your
usecase, since the DOM you want to add is not dependent in any way to
the transformation. Just use regular DOM methods to inject the fragment
in the transformation result tree.
Antsnio Mota wrote:
Well, let me add some info. I have this xsl:
<xsl:param name="nnode" select="/.."/>
and what i wish to acomplish is to insert at the root level any tree
structure that's passed to the param (polimorphism, how i like that
Since it seems i can't do that on FF, i was thinking in some sort of
alternative, maybe using some kind of document() or some xsl template
that parse the node tags in a string containing the xml and creating
the output nodes or whatever...
I'm a bit frustated with all this effort i'm putting in making my apps
cross-browser, at least to IE and FF, but sometimes it seems it's too
much overhead in it. Maybe i just give up, sold my soul to the forces
of darkness and use only IE...
On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 23:12:16 +0000, Antsnio Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
adding some nodes to it, that i want to pass to a param in a XSLT.
It works ok in IE, but it seems not in FF
So can i pass this as a string instead and converting it to a node so
i can include it in my result tree?
Since i'm working on the browser i can't use extensions, so it seems
i'm on a dead end in here.
Does someone have any thoughts?
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