Re: Display HyperLink
> Thanks a lot, your code worked great, minus the extra ) ;) Glad to help. Once you realize that XSLT is treating it as a string and can't make a node-set out of it it gets easier. I'm sure I glossed over some distinctions in calling it a "string" but it works for now. > We are using special encoding for all of our database calls, that is > why the < is showing up like it is. When I was talking about the bad setup the encoding wasn't the issue (the encoding will be affected by the parser in any case). It's the embedding. I try to avoid embedding markup inside other markup as much as possible. It creates a lot of minefields like the above as well as making it difficult at times to check for validity or even well-formness. Namespaces can be a bit daunting, but would probably be far better for this task. Of course, I'm not really happy with any of the current solutions for these types of issues. I've run into similar issues as I've tried to get databases, legacy formats, and xml all to play along nicely. It can be a headache. > Again, thanks a ton for the help, I was able to put a pain in the neck > project to bed with you little cunch of code. You are welcome. You have my deepest sympathies if the rest of the code was like that ;). Jon Gorman
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